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Noun
A violent confrontation
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“The anger and frustration of the most oppressed sections of youth that erupted in the form of violent clashes with police in the Paris area last week has now spread to the whole of France.”
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An incompatibility leading to disagreement
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“I do not think that it is grandiose to say that what we are seeing unfolding before our eyes is nothing less than the clash of two very different civilizations.”
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A mismatch of colours
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“In France people need permission to paint buildings a particular colour in an effort to avoid a clash of colour in a street.”
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An inconvenient coincidence of the timing of events or activities
“The clash of dates, meanwhile, is unfortunate, though it hardly constitutes a disaster.”
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A loud jarring sound, as of metal objects being struck together
“There was a loud clash of steel on steel as the swords collided, sparks exploding into being, before both warriors pulled away, circling each other warily.”
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A sudden loud noise as of something breaking or hitting another object
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A forceful collision of two things
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A state of uncertainty or indecisiveness
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Behaviour involving physical force intended to hurt or damage
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The art of investigating or discussing the truth of opinions
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Verb
Hit with a loud noise
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“Their blades clash again, though both are little less energetic than before.”
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Meet and come into violent conflict
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“The violence began when police clashed with some 2,000 demonstrators who were demanding the release of six people earlier detained by police.”
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Do not match
“Don't make policy decisions which clash with company thinking.”
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Have a forceful disagreement
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“Later, Rachel clashes with roommates after she takes it upon herself to pressure them to get up and get moving early - as it's done in the Army.”
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Inconveniently occur at the same time
“We play our home games when they do not clash with those of Liverpool or Everton.”
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To collide forcefully with something
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To enter into contest or conflict with
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