Meaning of CONSERVATIVE in English

CONSERVATIVE

I.

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ diehard , hard-line , staunch

▪ right-wing

▪ political

▪ compassionate

▪ cultural , fiscal , social

▪ Christian , religious (both AmE )

II.

adj.

VERBS

▪ be

▪ become

▪ remain

ADVERB

▪ extremely , fairly , very , etc.

▪ deeply , highly , profoundly , solidly , staunchly

a staunchly ~ nominee

▪ overly

The gloomy forecasts are based on overly ~ projections of growth.

▪ ideologically

Her views are by no means ideologically ~.

▪ increasingly

▪ largely , predominantly

▪ moderately , relatively

moderately ~ voters

▪ basically , essentially , fundamentally , generally

She takes a basically ~ view of society.

a fundamentally ~ political outlook

▪ inherently

the army's inherently ~ values

▪ notoriously

Banks are notoriously ~ about their dealings with clients.

▪ traditionally

a traditionally ~ profession

▪ culturally , fiscally , morally , politically , religiously ( esp. AmE ), socially

the culturally ~ world of commerce and industry

Conservative is used with these nouns: ↑ administration , ↑ agenda , ↑ approach , ↑ attitude , ↑ backlash , ↑ bench , ↑ bias , ↑ campaign , ↑ candidate , ↑ cause , ↑ challenger , ↑ Christian , ↑ coalition , ↑ commentator , ↑ congregation , ↑ Congressman, Congresswoman , ↑ councillor , ↑ credentials , ↑ economist , ↑ elite , ↑ establishment , ↑ estimate , ↑ faction , ↑ forecast , ↑ government , ↑ heartland , ↑ Jew , ↑ Judaism , ↑ judge , ↑ landslide , ↑ leader , ↑ leadership , ↑ manifesto , ↑ media , ↑ movement , ↑ nationalist , ↑ newspaper , ↑ party , ↑ peer , ↑ philosophy , ↑ point of view , ↑ politician , ↑ politics , ↑ premier , ↑ prime minister , ↑ propaganda , ↑ regime , ↑ rival , ↑ scholar , ↑ senator , ↑ slant , ↑ stance , ↑ supporter , ↑ thinker , ↑ value , ↑ view , ↑ viewpoint , ↑ vote , ↑ wing

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .