salad

noun
ADJECTIVE
fresh
crisp, crunchy
delicious, tasty
pasta, potato, rice, tomato, etc.
chicken, egg, ham (esp. BrE), taco (esp. AmE), tuna, etc.
Caesar, chef (AmE), chef's (AmE), garden (AmE), green, mixed
Greek, Russian
fruit
side

Is the steak served with a side salad?

cold, warm
tossed (esp. AmE)
VERB + SALAD
eat
make, prepare
dress, toss

She tossed and dressed the salad.

serve sth with
come with
SALAD + NOUN
greens, leaves
cream (BrE), dressing
garnish (BrE)

The sandwiches came with a salad garnish.

spinner
bowl, plate (AmE)
fork, servers
bar

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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