Definition of 'collision'
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It seemed he could suddenly feel the collision of the dust motes with his skin. THE HELLBOUND HEART (2001)There had even been, the nurses told Anastasia's mother, a terrible collision involving a bedpan. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1) (2001)In response, the return altered heading again, reestablishing a collision course. CORMORANT (2001)
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Translations for 'collision'
British English: collision /kəˈlɪʒən/ NOUN
A collision occurs when a moving object hits something.
Their van was involved in a collision with a car.
- American English: collision
- Arabic: تَصَادُم
- Brazilian Portuguese: colisão
- Chinese: 碰撞
- Croatian: sudar
- Czech: srážka dopravní nehoda
- Danish: kollision
- Dutch: botsing
- European Spanish: colisión
- Finnish: yhteentörmäys
- French: collision
- German: Zusammenstoß
- Greek: σύγκρουση
- Italian: collisione
- Japanese: 衝突
- Korean: 충돌
- Norwegian: kollisjon
- Polish: kolizja
- European Portuguese: colisão
- Romanian: coliziune
- Russian: столкновение
- Spanish: choque
- Swedish: kollision
- Thai: การชนกัน
- Turkish: çarpışma
- Ukrainian: зіткнення
- Vietnamese: sự va chạm
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