collide


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crash

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conflict

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to come together or come up against with force

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be incompatible

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cause to collide

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crash together with violent impact

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When a cue ball collides with a colored ball, it transfers some of its -- --, or energy of motion, to the colored one.
Invergowrie, October 1979: Five killed and 52 hurt when two trains collide after one passes through warning signal.
In this region, warm, moist air blowing north from the Gulf of Mexico collides with drier air from the high plateaus of Mexico.
Collide is a showcase festival staged by Birmingham city council for black and Asian artists based in the city.
About 65,000 km (40,400 mi) above the surface, solar winds collide with Earth's magnetic field, an invisible region of magnetic forces surrounding the planet.
If dark matter particles can collide with each other, for example, then they might avoid getting crowded together near the centers of galaxies, despite gravitational attraction.
The Suzuki bike went on to collide with the owner of a second car and then the car itself.
Normal rainstorms occur when the water droplets collide and stick to one another.
Tapia and Ayala will collide in a 10-round non-title bout -- the catch weight is 124 pounds -- in the sequel to their memorable war in Las Vegas on June 26, 1999.
The particles collide, creating the smallest imaginable pieces of matter that may yield the secrets of the origin of the universe.
Passenger jet, cargo plane nearly collide at O'Hare.
WHEN vehicles collide, which they do in Los Angeles with great regularity, the first reaction is fear.