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- gwrthdaromewn gwrthdrawiadgwrthdaro yn erbyngwrthdaro
Verb(1) be incompatible; be or come into conflict(2) cause to collide(3) crash together with violent impact
(1) Having split apart, the continents eventually started to collide with each other, and their different groups of mammals started to mix.(2) It is a place where history and people and power and politics collide in ways that touch the lives of every American.(3) Four seismic forces will soon collide to test the president's true political acumen.(4) Unfortunately, basic contract principles collide with his request for damages.(5) When those two forces collide , Japanese politics will at long last change.(6) in his work, politics and metaphysics collide(7) Different dance worlds collide at Tangente's Majors series this weekend.(8) The students and lecturers all have different motives for being there and these collide with painful consequences.(9) Between those two opposing views, ideals collide and friendships are strained.(10) We have different styles, different topics spark our interest and while our views do collide , we rarely arrive at them from the same direction.(11) Instead of which, the more Romantic orchestral playing collided with the period style of the choir and soloists.(12) What is being made visible here is the fault-line where corporate culture collides with democratic politics.(13) L knows full well that the abject takes on a very different meaning when it collides with our stereotypes of the black underclass.(14) There were more accidents, more trucks, which had collided with trees, culverts, or run off the road.(15) I had survived; I hadn't hit anyone or anything and nobody had collided with me.(16) The play shows political paranoia colliding with greed and ambition.
(1) collide with :: gwrthdaro â
1. crash into ::
damwain i mewn
2. conflict ::
3. clash ::
1. accord ::
2. blend ::
3. fit ::
4. harmonize ::
5. match ::
Different Formscollide, collided, collides, colliding
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