December

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WordReference English Collocations © 2019

December

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [cool, cold, freezing, mild] December
  2. [last, next, the following] December
  3. [early, mid, late] December
  4. the [first, second, last] week of December
  5. every [week, day, morning] in December
  6. in (the) December (of) [1999, 2010]
  7. it [happened, occurred, took place] last December
  8. happened one [cold, gloomy, dark] December morning
  9. a lot of snow for December
  10. didn't get any snow this December
  11. a white December
  12. the first snow of December
  13. unusually [mild, cold, warm] for December
  14. she [came, visited, moved] in December
  15. am going [away, on vacation] in December
  16. am taking [a week, two weeks] off in December
  17. won't be [ready, operative, done, finished] until December
  18. [should, ought to, is expected to] be operative by December
  19. December is the [hotel's, store's, restaurant's] busiest month
  20. UK: (on) [25th] December
  21. on the [25th] of December
  22. UK: from [1st] to [10th] December (inclusive)
  23. from the [1st] to the [10th] of December (inclusive)
  24. UK: [ends, starts, opens] on [1st] December
  25. [ends] on December [1st]
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