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collide

verb /kəˈlaid/
to strike together (usually accidentally) with great force
entrer en collision
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)
collision
Ten people were injured in the collision between the bus and the car.
Translations of “collide”
in Arabic يَتصادَم…
in Korean 충돌하다…
in Malaysian berlanggar…
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…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指移动的物体)相撞,碰撞…
(Definition of collide from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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