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Spanish translation of “clash”

clash

noun /klӕʃ/
a loud noise, like eg swords striking together
sonido
the clash of metal on metal.
a serious disagreement or difference
choque
a clash of personalities.
a battle
enfrentamiento
a clash between opposing armies.
(of two or more things) an act of interfering with each other because of happening at the same time
coincidencia; conflicto; superposición
a timetable clash.
(Definition of clash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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