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collide

verb [I]
 
 
/kəˈlaɪd/
(especially of moving objects) to hit something violently
(尤指移动的物体)相撞,碰撞
The two vans collided at the crossroads.
两辆货车在十字路口相撞。
It was predicted that a comet would collide with one of the planets.
预计一颗彗星将与某行星相撞。
Hitting against objects accidentally and collidingAccidents involving vehicles
Translations of “collide”
in Arabic يَتصادَم…
in Korean 충돌하다…
in Malaysian berlanggar…
in French entrer en collision…
in Turkish çarpmak, hareket halindeyken çarpışmak…
in Italian scontrarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指移動的物體)相撞,碰撞…
in Russian сталкиваться…
in Polish zderzyć się…
in Vietnamese va chạm…
in Spanish chocar…
in Portuguese colidir…
in Thai ปะทะกัน…
in German kollidieren…
in Catalan xocar…
in Japanese (人やもの)が衝突する…
in Indonesian bertabrakan…
(Definition of collide from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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