Meaning of FREEDOM in English
▪ complete , full , maximum , perfect , real , total , true
▪ considerable , great
The new syllabus allows students greater ~ of choice.
▪ basic , fundamental
Living without war is a fundamental ~.
▪ individual , personal
Individual ~ should be balanced against the rights of the community.
▪ new , new-found
When she lost her job, she at first relished her new-found ~.
▪ academic , artistic , creative , economic , intellectual , political , press , religious , sexual
Without academic ~, we cannot do any research.
… OF FREEDOM
Teachers can exercise a measure of ~ in their choice of materials.
VERB + FREEDOM
▪ enjoy (= have) , have
Publishers here enjoy comparative ~ to publish what they want.
▪ enjoy , relish ( esp. BrE ), value
I was enjoying the ~ of not having to go to work.
As a society we value ~ and privacy.
▪ seek , want
▪ achieve , gain , obtain , secure , win
The women have won many new ~s for themselves.
▪ maintain , preserve , retain
▪ defend , protect
This newspaper defends ~ of speech.
▪ give up , lose , surrender
As Mike saw it, marriage would mean giving up his ~.
▪ cost sb
His inability to resist temptation would eventually cost him his ~.
▪ allow sb , give sb , grant sb , offer sb , permit sb
▪ bring (sb) , provide
The party claims it can bring ~ and democracy to the country.
The constitution guarantees ~ of the press.
▪ deny sb
He was denied ~ of movement for a month.
▪ curtail , inhibit , limit , reduce , restrict , threaten
I don't want to curtail my daughter's ~.
Our ~ was threatened by press censorship.
▪ take , take away
▪ ~ from
~ from fear and pain
▪ ~ in
Managers have considerable ~ in running their offices.
▪ ~ of
to allow greater ~ of information
▪ ~ of choice
▪ ~ of expression , ~ of speech
▪ ~ of movement
▪ ~ of the press
Oxford Collocations English Dictionary. Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний . 2012