clash

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noun
ADJECTIVE
angry, bitter, fierce, serious
armed, bloody, deadly, violent
head-on

The leaders are preparing for a head-on clash at the summit.

culture, personality
VERB + CLASH
lead to, provoke
avoid
CLASH + VERB
break out, erupt, occur
PREPOSITION
in a/the clash

Several people were injured in violent clashes with the police.

clash between

Clashes between the rebels and government forces have broken out in the north.

clash of

a clash of opinions

clash over

Differences in the aims of the two unions have led to serious clashes over policy.

clash with
PHRASES
a clash of cultures, a clash of interests, a clash of wills
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verb
ADVERB
violently
frequently, repeatedly
PREPOSITION
on, over

He has clashed repeatedly with the team coach over training schedules.

with

They often clash violently with rival gangs.

Clash is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑army, ↑colour, ↑metal, ↑protester, ↑side
Clash is used with these nouns as the object: ↑cymbal

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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