WordReference English Collocations © 2020
carrotⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- [beef, fish, rice, meat] and carrots
- [beef] with carrots
- [grated, diced, sliced] carrots
- [grate] (the) carrots
- [roasted, raw] carrots
- roast [lamb, beef] with peas and carrots
- salad with carrot and [tomato, beetroot, cheese, lettuce]
- soup with carrot and [celery, pumpkin, other vegetables]
- The [bunny, rabbit] was chewing (on) a carrot.
- Carrots are [rich, high] in [vitamin A].
- Carrots [have, contain] lots of [vitamin A].
- used a carrot as the (snowman's) nose
- idiom: the "carrot or stick" approach [to changing behavior, for getting results]
- idiom: the "carrot and stick" approach [to changing behavior]
- idiom: the carrot of tax [breaks, incentives, reductions]
- idiom: dangle the (proverbial) carrot
- idiom: dangled a carrot to [motivate, convince, entice] them
- make carrot [cake, soup, salad, muffins]
- drink carrot juice
- eat (the) carrot tops
- carrot and cilantro soup
- slang: [she, my boyfriend] is a carrot top
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