reunion

noun
ADJECTIVE
emotional, tearful, touching

It was an emotional reunion after 25 years apart.

happy, joyful, joyous
alumni (esp. AmE), class, college, high-school (esp. AmE), school (esp. BrE)
five-year, twenty-year, etc.
family
annual
big, grand (esp. BrE)
little

I think it's time to arrange a little reunion.

VERB + REUNION
have, hold, plan, stage

The reunion is held every two years.

arrange, organize
attend, go to
celebrate

Let's have a party to celebrate our reunion.

REUNION + VERB
take place
REUNION + NOUN
dinner, event, lunch (BrE)
party
weekend
album, concert, show, tour

He left the group during the 1997 reunion tour.

movie (AmE)
PREPOSITION
at a/the reunion

At the reunion I met a friend I hadn't seen for twenty years.

reunion between

an emotional reunion between mother and son

reunion for

We organized a reunion for former company employees.

reunion of

the reunion of two old friends

reunion with

a tearful reunion with his family


Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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