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clash

US [klæʃ]
UK [klæʃ]
  • n.冲突;交锋;比赛;差别
  • v.冲突;比赛;抵触;相矛盾
  • Web冲撞;碰撞;撞击
Plural Form:clashes  Present Participle:clashing  Past Tense:clashed  
clash
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n.
打斗fight
1.
~ (with sb).~ (between A and B)
(两群人之间的)打斗,打架,冲突a short fight between two groups of people
Clashes broke out between police and demonstrators.
警方与示威者发生了冲突。
争论argument
2.
~ (with sb) (over sth).~ (between A and B) (over sth)
争论;辩论;争执an argument between two people or groups of people who have different beliefs and ideas
a head-on clash between the two leaders over education policy
两位领导人就教育政策进行的针锋相对的争论
差异difference
3.
差别;差异;分歧the difference that exists between two things that are opposed to each other
a clash of interests/opinions/cultures
利益冲突;意见分歧;文化差异
a personality clash with the boss
与老板的个性不合
两件事of two events
4.
(时间上的)冲突,矛盾a situation in which two events happen at the same time so that you cannot go to or see them both
a clash in the timetable/schedule
时间安排有冲突
颜色of colours
5.
不协调;不和谐;搭配不当the situation when two colours, designs, etc. look ugly when they are put together
大声loud noise
6.
(金属的)撞击声a loud noise made by two metal objects being hit together
a clash of cymbals/swords
铙钹的敲击声;剑的撞击声
体育运动in sport
7.
交锋;交战;比赛an occasion when two teams or players compete against each other
Bayern's clash with Roma in the Champions League
拜仁队在欧洲冠军联赛中与罗马队的交锋
v.
打斗;比赛fight/compete
1.
[i]
~ (with sb)
打斗;冲突;比赛to come together and fight or compete in a contest
The two sets of supporters clashed outside the stadium.
双方的支持者在体育场外打了起来。
The two teams clash in tomorrow's final.
这两支队将在明天的决赛中厮杀。
争论argue
2.
[i]
~ (with sb) (over/on sth)
(公开地)争论,辩论,争辩to argue or disagree seriously with sb about sth, and to show this in public
The leaders and members clashed on the issue.
领袖和下属的成员在这个问题上产生了分歧。
The leaders clashed with party members on the issue.
政党领袖与该党党员在这个问题上产生了分歧。
差异be different
3.
[i]
~ (with sth)
迥然不同;不相容;抵触to be very different and opposed to each other
His left-wing views clashed with his father's politics.
他的左翼观点与他父亲的政见分歧很大。
His views and his father's clashed.
他的观点与他父亲的观点相抵触。
They have clashing personalities.
他们的个性迥然相异。
两件事of two events
4.
[i]
~ (with sth)
(时间上)相冲突,相矛盾to happen at the same time so that you cannot go to or see them both
Unfortunately your party clashes with a wedding I'm going to.
不巧得很,你的聚会和我要参加的婚礼在时间上有冲突。
There are two good movies on TV tonight, but they clash.
今晚电视有两部好电影,但播出时间有冲突。
颜色of colours
5.
[i]
~ (with sth)
不协调;不和谐;搭配不当to look ugly when put together
The wallpaper clashes with the carpet.
墙纸与地毯的色彩不协调。
The wallpaper and the carpet clash.
墙纸和地毯的色彩不相配。
发出大声make loud noise
6.
[i][t]
(使)撞击出巨大的响声;(使)当啷作响to hit together and make a loud ringing noise; to make two metal objects do this
The long blades clashed together.
长刀相击铿然作响。
She clashed the cymbals.
她当啷一声敲响铙钹。

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