VERBS be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste | become, get She's getting quite good at reading now.
ADV. dead, extremely, really, very a really good film | fairly, pretty, quite You've done a pretty good job.
PREP. at He's very good at music. | for Vegetables are good for you. | to She was very good to me when my husband died. | with She's good with figures.
ADJ. common The results of the research should be used for the common good rather than for individual profit.
VERB + GOOD do (sb) You can try talking to her, but I don't think it will do much good. It will do you good to get out of the house more often.
PREP. for sb/sth's ~ When the prime minister's health problems continued, he resigned for the good of the party.
PHRASES a force for good In disadvantaged areas, schools can be a force for good. | for sb's (own) good I know you don't want to go into hospital, but it's for your own good. | for the good of sth, good and evil the struggle between good and evil | a power of good That holiday has done me a power of good.