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    A relaxed atmosphere rules in the club - correct?

    Is this correct to say that 'atmosphere rules?'
    A relaxed atmosphere rules in the club

    I've checked in Oxford Collocations Dictionary for Students of English but there is no such a collocation.
    You can say:
    A relaxed atmospehere prevails in the club.

    What do you think about that?

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    Re: A relaxed atmosphere rules in the club - correct?

    While the words "atmosphere rules" certainly aren't a collocation, they are still perfectly acceptable English, and make sense in this context.

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