Grammar Patterns

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Nouns with other meanings

There are a number of other nouns which have this pattern.
A seven-hundred-year-old encyclopaedia has been sold at auction for almost three million pounds.
She has been at the forefront of British fashion for 20 years.
Players at this level of the game like nothing more than a challenge.
Education and training are not optional extras and you ignore them at your peril.
At the risk of sounding self-pitying, I'd say it has been harder on me than it has on Joanne.
We have a good safety procedure but you travel at your own risk.
He could solve all her problems at a stroke.
The dry wood burns at a temperature of about 1500 degrees C.
They would also make it possible for doctors to call up a person's full medical history at the touch of a button.
  • at auction
  • at leisure
  • at risk
  • at the cutting edge (of ...)
  • at the forefront (of ...)
  • at the minimum
  • at the risk of ...
  • at the touch of ...
  • at a minimum
  • at a stroke
  • at my leisure
  • at my peril
  • at my own risk
  • at ... level /at the level ...
  • at ... temperature /at a temperature ...
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