While studying Russian, I came across the concept of "Coчeтaeмocть", which can be translated as:
(source: www.textologia.ru/slovari/lingvisticheskie-terminy/sochetaemost/, translation by Google)
Coincidence is the ability of language elements to connect with each other in speech. The combination of the layer. Syntactic composition.
There is even a Wiki-page for it, but it is only available in Russian: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Сочетаемость
The idea of this concept is that a word is most often used in a predefined combination with other words. Other combinations are rare or perceived as unnatural w.r.t. commonly used language. I don't have a good example of this in French at the moment, but I'll update the question as soon as I find one.
How is this concept called in French (or English)?
I have been searching, but so far I did not find a name for this concept in another language, although it seems to me that it is an essential mechanism of any language. For the Russian language, I found several exercise books on this topic that have helped me a lot to understand the language better and to construct proper sentences. So I am looking for the name of this concept to find corresponding material in French.