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clash

verb
to fight (in battle)
enfrentarse
The two armies clashed at the mouth of the valley.
to disagree violently
discutir
They clashed over wages.
to interfere (with something or each other) because of happening at the same time
coincidir
The two lectures clash.
(of colours/colors) to appear unpleasant when placed together
desentonar
The (colour/color of the) jacket clashes with the (colour/color of the) skirt.
(Definition of clash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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