Meaning of IDENTIFICATION in English

IDENTIFICATION

noun

1 act of identifying sb/sth

ADJECTIVE

▪ accurate , correct , precise

▪ positive

▪ mistaken

There is virtually no risk of mistaken ~ in cases of date rape.

▪ quick , rapid

▪ early

Early ~ of adolescents at risk for violence is needed.

▪ easy

▪ eyewitness ( esp. AmE )

Eyewitness ~ is not as reliable as we tend to believe.

▪ biometric , fingerprint , radio frequency , visual

the science of biometric ~

VERB + IDENTIFICATION

▪ make

She was unable to make a positive ~ of the suspect.

▪ allow , enable , permit

Red and black wires are used to enable ~ of specific circuits.

▪ facilitate

The examination facilitates the early ~ of any health problems.

IDENTIFICATION + NOUN

▪ parade ( BrE )

He stood on an ~ parade at the police station.

▪ procedure , process , technique

2 proof of identity

VERB + IDENTIFICATION

▪ carry , have

Always carry some ~.

Do you have any ~?

▪ produce , provide , show

One passenger couldn't provide ~.

▪ ask for , check

The police checked their ~.

▪ need , require

To vote, Florida law requires a photo ~ with a signature.

IDENTIFICATION + NOUN

▪ card , document , papers

▪ badge , bracelet , device , label , tag , technology

▪ code , number

The vehicle's ~ number is stamped on the engine.

PHRASES

▪ a means of ~

My only means of ~ was my credit card.

▪ for ~ purposes

having their picture taken for ~ purposes

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .