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environment /ɪnˈvaɪrənmənt/ noun


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

environment
[noun]
Synonyms: surroundings, atmosphere, background, conditions, habitat, medium, setting, situation
Related Words: habitat, backdrop, background, context, setting, situation, status
English Thesaurus: the environment, ecosystem, habitat, the biosphere, ecology, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

environment S1 W1 AC /ɪnˈvaɪrənmənt/ noun
[Word Family: noun: environment, environmentalist; adverb: environmentally; adjective: environmental]
[Date: 1600-1700; Origin: environ 'to surround' (14-21 centuries), from Old French environer, from environ 'around', from viron 'circle']

1. the environment the air, water, and land on Earth, which is affected by man’s activities:
Some of these chemicals are very damaging to the environment.
legislation to protect the environment
the effects of acid rain on the environment
the government minister for the environment

2. [uncountable and countable] the people and things that are around you in your life, for example the buildings you use, the people you live or work with, and the general situation you are in:
The company had failed to provide a safe environment for its workers.

3. [countable] the natural features of a place, for example its weather, the type of land it has, and the type of plants that grow in it ⇒ habitat:
a forest environment
a very adaptable creature that will eat different foods in different environments

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

environment
noun
I. conditions of the place where you are
ADJ. immediate Cold-blooded animals depend on the temperature of their immediate environment.
alien, new, unfamiliar | changing | protected, safe, secure, stable | friendly | pleasant | clean, healthy | stimulating | favourable This period provided a favourable environment for the spread of communism.
uncertain, unstable | dangerous | noisy | competitive | hostile | extreme, harsh | fragile Walkers can unwittingly damage the fragile environment in which the birds live.
rural, urban | arid, cold, warm | aquatic, coastal, forest, mountain | domestic, family, home Children learn best in their home environment.
physical | cultural, emotional, social | office, work, working, workplace A comfortable working environment will increase productivity.
classroom, educational, learning, school, teaching, training | economic, financial Investors are showing more caution in the current economic environment.
political | business, commercial, corporate She now had to transfer her design skills to a commercial environment.
professional
VERB + ENVIRONMENT create, provide parents who strive to provide a stimulating environment for their children to grow up in
adapt to creatures that have adapted to hostile desert environments
improve | explore The cat walked round, exploring its new environment.
PREP. in an/the ~ people working in increasingly competitive environments

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

environment
II. the environment the natural world
ADJ. natural | global, world | local
VERB + ENVIRONMENT preserve, protect, safeguard The government should do more to protect the environment.
clean spokesman, spokeswoman | policy | conference | protection | issues
PREP. in the ~ the amount of carbon in the environment
PHRASES conservation/protection of the environment, damage to the environment farming methods that minimize damage to the environment
harmful to the environment The label identifies the products that are least harmful to the environment.
pollution of the environment up, improve | have an impact on factors that have a huge impact on the environment
damage, harm, pollute industries which damage the environment
ENVIRONMENT + NOUN agency, committee, department, group, ministry | minister, official,

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

environment

protect the environment
We need to take drastic steps to protect the environment.
conserve the environment formal (=protect it and prevent it from changing or being damaged)
People need to live in harmony with nature and conserve the environment.
harm/damage the environment
The government insists that the dam will not harm the environment.
destroy the environment
We need to find ways of producing energy without destroying the environment.
pollute the environment
Nuclear waste will pollute the environment for centuries.
clean up the environment
It’s about time that we started cleaning up the environment.
the natural environment
Current methods of farming are damaging the natural environment.
the marine environment (=the sea and the creatures that live there)
Fish farming poses a threat to the marine environment.
be good/bad for the environment
Plastic bags are bad for the environment.
be harmful to the environment
Emissions from cars are harmful to the environment.
protection of the environment
In developing countries, protection of the environment is not a primary concern.
conservation of the environment
There are many organizations dedicated to conservation of the environment.
damage/harm to the environment
A lot of chemicals used in industry cause harm to the environment.
the destruction of the environment
Logging has led to the destruction of the natural environment.
pollution of the environment
The waste material must be stored safely to avoid pollution of the environment.
the effect/impact on the environment
The building’s design will minimize its impact on the environment.
the physical environment (=the place where you live or work, including buildings, furniture etc)
Improvements to the physical environment range from removing graffiti to planting trees.
the immediate environment (=the building in which you live or work, and the area very close to it)
Most accidents happen to young children within the immediate environment of their home.
a safe environment
The playground provides a safe environment for children.
a stable environment (=without any big changes)
They argued that being married helps provide a stable environment for bringing up children.
a friendly/pleasant environment
The restaurant offers a stylish and friendly environment with first-class service.
a clean/dirty environment
People who live in a very clean environment may have a lower immunity to germs.
a competitive environment
Our business has to operate in an increasingly competitive environment.
a working/learning environment
Most people prefer a quiet working environment.
the home/domestic/family environment
A lot of children suffer because of problems in their home environment.
the economic environment
The economic environment has changed, and many countries are sliding into recession.
the business environment
In today’s fast-moving business environment, companies must be flexible.
the political environment
Ministers are having to make these decisions in a difficult political environment.
the cultural/social environment
Changes in the cultural environment affect people’s attitudes and values.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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