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col·lide

 (kə-līd′)
intr.v. col·lid·ed, col·lid·ing, col·lides
1. To come together with violent, direct impact.
2. To meet in opposition; conflict: "an unlikely foray by an industrial conglomerate into the terrain where entertainment and merchandising collide" (Laura Bird).

[Latin collīdere : com-, com- + laedere, to strike.]

collide

(kəˈlaɪd)
vb (intr)
1. to crash together with a violent impact
2. to conflict in attitude, opinion, or desire; clash; disagree
[C17: from Latin collīdere to clash together, from com- together + laedere to strike, wound]

col•lide

(kəˈlaɪd)

v. -lid•ed, -lid•ing. v.i.
1. to strike one another or one against the other with a forceful impact; crash.
2. to clash; conflict.
v.t.
3. to cause to collide.
[1615–25; < Latin collīdere to strike together =col- col-1 + -līdere, comb. form of laedere to strike]

collide

- Its Latin base is laedere, "hurt by striking."
See also related terms for hurt.

collide


Past participle: collided
Gerund: colliding

Imperative
collide
collide
Present
I collide
you collide
he/she/it collides
we collide
you collide
they collide
Preterite
I collided
you collided
he/she/it collided
we collided
you collided
they collided
Present Continuous
I am colliding
you are colliding
he/she/it is colliding
we are colliding
you are colliding
they are colliding
Present Perfect
I have collided
you have collided
he/she/it has collided
we have collided
you have collided
they have collided
Past Continuous
I was colliding
you were colliding
he/she/it was colliding
we were colliding
you were colliding
they were colliding
Past Perfect
I had collided
you had collided
he/she/it had collided
we had collided
you had collided
they had collided
Future
I will collide
you will collide
he/she/it will collide
we will collide
you will collide
they will collide
Future Perfect
I will have collided
you will have collided
he/she/it will have collided
we will have collided
you will have collided
they will have collided
Future Continuous
I will be colliding
you will be colliding
he/she/it will be colliding
we will be colliding
you will be colliding
they will be colliding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been colliding
you have been colliding
he/she/it has been colliding
we have been colliding
you have been colliding
they have been colliding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been colliding
you will have been colliding
he/she/it will have been colliding
we will have been colliding
you will have been colliding
they will have been colliding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been colliding
you had been colliding
he/she/it had been colliding
we had been colliding
you had been colliding
they had been colliding
Conditional
I would collide
you would collide
he/she/it would collide
we would collide
you would collide
they would collide
Past Conditional
I would have collided
you would have collided
he/she/it would have collided
we would have collided
you would have collided
they would have collided
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.collide - be incompatible; be or come into conflict; "These colors clash"
conflict - be in conflict; "The two proposals conflict!"
2.collide - cause to collide; "The physicists collided the particles"
crash - cause to crash; "The terrorists crashed the plane into the palace"; "Mother crashed the motorbike into the lamppost"
3.collide - crash together with violent impact; "The cars collided"; "Two meteors clashed"
collide with, impinge on, hit, run into, strike - hit against; come into sudden contact with; "The car hit a tree"; "He struck the table with his elbow"
smash - collide or strike violently and suddenly; "The motorcycle smashed into the guard rail"
shock - collide violently
crash, ram - undergo damage or destruction on impact; "the plane crashed into the ocean"; "The car crashed into the lamp post"

collide

verb
1. crash, clash, meet head-on, come into collision Two trains collided head-on early this morning.
2. conflict, clash, be incompatible, be at variance It is likely that their interests will collide.

collide

verb
To come together or come up against with force:
Translations
يَتَصَادَمُيَتَصادَم، يَصْطَدِم
srazit sesrazit
kollidere
törmätä yhteen
להתנגש
sudariti se
rekast á
衝突する
충돌하다
susidūrimassusidurti
sadurtiessaskrieties
trčiti
kollidera
ปะทะกัน
va chạm

collide

[kəˈlaɪd] VI to collide (with) (lit, fig) → chocar (con), colisionar (con)

collide

[kəˈlaɪd] vi
[cars, trains] → entrer en collision; [people] → se heurter
to collide with sth → entrer en collision avec qch
to collide with sb → se heurter à qn, se heurter contre qn
[aims, views] → être en conflit
to collide with sth → être en conflit avec qch

collide

vi
(lit)zusammenstoßen or -prallen; (Naut) → kollidieren; they collided head-onsie stießen frontal zusammen; to collide with somebodymit jdm zusammenstoßen; to collide with somethinggegen etw prallen
(fig, person) → eine heftige Auseinandersetzung haben (with mit); (interest, demands)kollidieren

collide

[kəˈlaɪd] vi to collide (with)scontrarsi (con)

collide

(kəˈlaid) verb
to strike together (usually accidentally) with great force. The cars collided in the fog; The van collided with a lorry.
collision (kəˈliʒən) noun
a crash; a violent striking together (of eg two vehicles). Ten people were injured in the collision between the bus and the car.

collide

يَتَصَادَمُ srazit se kollidere zusammenstoßen συγκρούομαι colisionar törmätä yhteen entrer en collision sudariti se entrare in collisione 衝突する 충돌하다 botsen kollidere zderzyć się colidir сталкиваться kollidera ปะทะกัน çarpışmak va chạm 碰撞
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