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collideverb [I]

uk   /kəˈlaɪd/  us   /kəˈlaɪd/
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collideverb [I always + adv/prep]

 us   /kəˈlɑɪd/
(esp. of ​movingobjects) to ​hit something ​violently: He went off the ​road to ​avoid colliding with another ​car.
(Definition of collide from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “collide”
in Korean 충돌하다…
in Arabic يَتصادَم…
in Malaysian berlanggar…
in French entrer en collision…
in Russian сталкиваться…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指移動的物體)相撞,碰撞…
in Italian scontrarsi…
in Turkish çarpmak, hareket halindeyken çarpışmak…
in Polish zderzyć się…
in Spanish chocar…
in Vietnamese va chạm…
in Portuguese colidir…
in Thai ปะทะกัน…
in German kollidieren…
in Catalan xocar…
in Japanese (人やもの)が衝突する…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指移动的物体)相撞,碰撞…
in Indonesian bertabrakan…
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