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Translation of "clash" - English-Turkish dictionary

clash

verb     /klæʃ/
FIGHT [I]
to fight or argue çarpışmak, çatışmak, uyuşmamak, Government troops clashed with rebel soldiers. Many young people clash with their parents over what time they must be home at night.Arguing and disagreeingFighting
COLOUR [I]
If colours or styles clash, they do not look good together. uymamak, birbirini tutmamak You can't wear pink lipstick - it clashes with your dress.Not attractive to look atSerious and unpleasant
EVENT [I] UK
If two events clash, they happen at the same time so that you cannot go to them both. çatışmak, aynı zamana rastlamak Emma's party clashes with my brother's wedding.Simultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
NOISE [I, T]
to make a loud noise by hitting metal objects together çarpışarak şangur şungur ses çıkarmak Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
(Definition of clash verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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