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clash

noun [C]
 
 
/klæʃ/
FIGHT a fight or argument: There were violent clashes between the police and demonstrators.FightingArguments and disagreements
DIFFERENCE a big difference between ideas or qualities that causes problems: a clash of personalitiesDifferent and differenceUnsuitable and unacceptable
SOUND a loud sound that is made when metal objects hit each other: the clash of pans in the sinkSounds made by objects, movement or impact
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