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Pronunciation:

[k_ə_l_ˈɛ_k_t], [kəlˈɛkt], [kəlˈɛkt]
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Synonyms for Collect:

acquire (verb) collect (verb) congregate (verb) convoke (verb) list (verb) take (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Collect:

  • coulent,
  • collet,
  • callec,
  • collcet,
  • collec,
  • collecter,
  • collecs,
  • collegent,
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  • corecty,
  • calledc,
  • coolbert,
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  • golfcart,
  • kolkatta,
  • cselect,
  • tollkit.

Rhymes for Collect:

  1. object, reject, expect, detect, select, wrecked, necked, subject, sect, resurrect, inflect, dissect, infect, suspect, protect, unchecked, trekked, effect, reelect, reflect, decked, respect, direct, interject, hecht, checked, brecht, redirect, perfect, intersect, inspect, neglect, misdirect, project, eject, elect, recollect, inject, erect, deject;
  2. connect, deflect, correct, affect, bedecked, defect, confect;
  3. disinfect, indirect, disconnect, disaffect, incorrect, disrespect;
  4. overprotect, interconnect;

Quotes for Collect:

  1. I am neither a free -trade man, willing to collect all the money we have to raise by direct tax upon the people, nor am I willing to lay a tax simply for protection when the Government does not need the money. Joseph E. Brown.
  2. It's changed throughout the years, but at one time I was a really big bubble gum ice cream fan. I'd spit the bubble gum pieces in a cup and then collect them. Timothy Olyphant.
  3. The Government are very keen on amassing statistics- they collect them, add them, raise them to the nth power, take the cube root and prepare wonderful diagrams. Josiah Stamp.

Idioms of Collect:

  1. collect around sm or sth;
  2. collect thoughts;
  3. collect around;

Adjectives for Collect:

  • theatrical.
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