death

Listen:
UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdɛθ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dɛθ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(deth)


WordReference English Collocations © 2020

death

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [quick, painful, painless] death
  2. [an unexpected, a sudden] death
  3. a [wrongful, premature] death
  4. an [early, untimely, unfair] death
  5. before his [untimely, recent] death
  6. (has) suffered brain death
  7. her death from [drugs, an overdose, pneumonia, lung cancer]
  8. (until) his death at the age of [95]
  9. [came to, suffered] an [early] death
  10. until death do you part
  11. until death [do us, us do] part
  12. want a death with dignity
  13. [had, was] a death in the family
  14. (not) afraid of death
  15. [worked, jogged] until the day of her death
  16. I love him to death!
  17. I could kiss you to death!
  18. [these kids, this job] will be the death of me!
  19. [can, could] cause death
  20. we were bored to death (in class)
  21. death and [destruction, dying]
  22. what happens after death
  23. (do not) believe in life after death
  24. [commemorate, mark] the death of
  25. death by [electric chair, hanging, stoning]
  26. deaths from [cancer, AIDS]
  27. deaths due to [breast cancer, drowning, suicide]
  28. the death of a [loved one, family member, pet]
  29. the death of [my father, someone close to you]
  30. my [father's] death
  31. the death of [Communism, the American Dream]
  32. death has come [calling, knocking] for
  33. good friends with death
  34. death wears black
  35. a fate worse than death
  36. you look like death warmed up!
  37. is close to death
  38. is at death's door
n as adj
  1. the death penalty
  2. the death toll has risen to
  3. the death rate [in, among]
  4. a death rattle
'death' also found in these entries:
Advertisements
Advertisements

Report an inappropriate ad.