Definitions for collidekəˈlaɪd
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clash, jar, collide(verb)
be incompatible; be or come into conflict
"These colors clash"
cause to collide
"The physicists collided the particles"
crash together with violent impact
"The cars collided"; "Two meteors clashed"
To impact directly, especially if violent
When a body collides with another, then momentum is conserved.
To come into conflict, or be incompatible
Tibet collided with the modern world.
Origin: From collidere, from com- + laedere; see lesion.
to strike or dash against each other; to come into collision; to clash; as, the vessels collided; their interests collided
to strike or dash against
Origin: [L. collidere, collisum; col- + laedere to strike. See Lesion.]
Collide is a music duo founded in 1992, in Los Angeles, California, USA, that has incorporated elements of trip hop, synthpop and music from the Middle East into their sound. Their imagery is said to be a wicked and neo-dark version of Scheherazade Arabian Nights tales. The name comes from the 'collision' of musical styles, primarily the ethereal vocals provided by kaRIN and the electronic music provided by Statik. Collide's debut album, Beneath the Skin, was released in 1996, followed by a remix album, Distort, in 1998 containing remixes by artists such as Kneel Cohn of the bands Spirits In Sin and The Dead Stars On Hollywood. Dissatisfied with the music industry, Collide started their own record label, Noiseplus Music, and in 2000, they released their second studio album, Chasing the Ghost. Three years later, they released their third studio album, Some Kind of Strange. The following year, the band released another remix album, Vortex, containing remixes by numerous remix artists, including Charlie Clouser. Joining kaRIN and Statik this time around, and for their first live performances a little later in the year, were Scott Landes, Rogerio Silva, Chaz Pease, and Kai Kurosawa.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kol-īd′, v.i. to dash together: to clash.—p.adjs. Collid′ed, Collid′ing.—ns. Colli′sion, state of being struck together: conflict: opposition: clashing; Colli′sion-mat; a mat for covering a hole in a ship's side caused by a collision. [L. collidĕre, collisum—col, together, lædĕre, to strike.]
The numerical value of collide in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of collide in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
As the two plates collide.
When a book and a head collide and there is a hollow sound, is it always from the book?
Truth is generally kindness, but where the two diverge and collide, kindness should override truth.
We just happened to be in the same moment at the same time and all the coincidences seemed to collide.
I don't believe anything. I only know some things to a greater degree of certainty than others. - from When Galaxies Collide
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Translations for collide
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- удрям се, сблъсквам сеBulgarian
- plauzen, zusammenstoßen, kollidieren, aufeinander stoßenGerman
- συγκρούομαι, αντικρούομαι, προσκρούωGreek
- tropezar, chocarSpanish
- collision, en, entrer, heurterFrench
- 打つかる, 衝突Japanese
- kollidéierenLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- столкнуться, сталкиватьсяRussian
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