- n. 冲突，不协调；碰撞声，铿锵声
- vi. 冲突，抵触；砰地相碰撞，发出铿锵声
- vt. 使碰撞作声
CET4 TEM4 IELTS GRE 考 研 CET6
1、clap + crash.
2. clash中的l想成高高的世贸大厦，飞机撞到世贸大厦。 => 撞击。
- clash (v.)
- c. 1500, "to make a loud, sharp sound," of imitative origin, or a blend of clap and crash. Compare Dutch kletsen "splash, clash," German klatschen, Danish klaske "clash, knock about." Figurative sense, in reference to non-physical strife or battle, is first attested 1620s. Of things, "to come into collision," from 1650s; of colors, "to go badly together," first recorded 1894. Related: Clashed; clashing.
- clash (n.)
- 1510s, "sharp, loud noise of collision," from clash (v.). Especially of the noise of conflicting metal weapons. Meaning "hostile encounter" is from 1640s; meaning "conflict of opinions, etc." is from 1781.
- 1. The police said the clash was a sequel to yesterday'snationwide strike.
- 2. They will televise both legs of Leeds' European Cup clash with Rangers.
- 3. Don't make any policy decisions which clash with official company thinking.
- 4. Inside government, there was a clash of views.
- 5. There is a clash between two classes at 2 p.m. on Thursday.
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