What does Clash mean?

Definitions for Clash
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Princeton's WordNet

  1. clang, clangor, clangour, clangoring, clank, clash, crash(noun)

    a loud resonant repeating noise

    "he could hear the clang of distant bells"

  2. clash, friction(noun)

    a state of conflict between persons

  3. clash(noun)

    a state of conflict between colors

    "her dress was a disturbing clash of colors"

  4. brush, clash, encounter, skirmish(verb)

    a minor short-term fight

  5. collide, clash(verb)

    crash together with violent impact

    "The cars collided"; "Two meteors clashed"

  6. clash, jar, collide(verb)

    be incompatible; be or come into conflict

    "These colors clash"

  7. clash(verb)

    disagree violently

    "We clashed over the new farm policies"

Wiktionary

  1. clash(Noun)

    A loud sound.

    I heard a clash from the kitchen, and rushed in to find the cat had knocked over some pots and pans.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  2. clash(Noun)

    A skirmish, a hostile encounter.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  3. clash(Noun)

    a match; a game between two sides.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  4. clash(Noun)

    An angry argument

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  5. clash(Noun)

    Opposition; contradiction; such as between differing or contending interests, views, purposes etc.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  6. clash(Noun)

    A combination of garments that do not look good together, especially because of conflicting colours.

    She was wearing a horrible clash of red and orange.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  7. clash(Noun)

    An instance of restarting the game after a "dead ball", where it is dropped between two opposing players, who can fight for possession.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  8. clash(Verb)

    to make a loud clash

    The plates clashed to the floor.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  9. clash(Verb)

    to come into violent conflict

    Fans from opposing teams clashed on the streets after the game.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  10. clash(Verb)

    to argue angrily

    My parents often clashed about minor things, such as the cleaning or shopping rota.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  11. clash(Verb)

    to not look good together.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  12. clash(Verb)

    to coincide, to happen at the same time, thereby rendering it impossible to attend all.

    I can't come to your wedding as it clashes with a friend's funeral.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

  13. clash(Verb)

    to face each other in an important game.

    Etymology: Of imitative origin.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Clash(verb)

    to make a noise by striking against something; to dash noisily together

    Etymology: [Of imitative origin; cf. G. klatschen, Prov. G. kleschen, D. kletsen, Dan. klaske, E. clack.]

  2. Clash(verb)

    to meet in opposition; to act in a contrary direction; to come onto collision; to interfere

    Etymology: [Of imitative origin; cf. G. klatschen, Prov. G. kleschen, D. kletsen, Dan. klaske, E. clack.]

  3. Clash(verb)

    to strike noisily against or together

    Etymology: [Of imitative origin; cf. G. klatschen, Prov. G. kleschen, D. kletsen, Dan. klaske, E. clack.]

  4. Clash(noun)

    a loud noise resulting from collision; a noisy collision of bodies; a collision

    Etymology: [Of imitative origin; cf. G. klatschen, Prov. G. kleschen, D. kletsen, Dan. klaske, E. clack.]

  5. Clash(noun)

    opposition; contradiction; as between differing or contending interests, views, purposes, etc

    Etymology: [Of imitative origin; cf. G. klatschen, Prov. G. kleschen, D. kletsen, Dan. klaske, E. clack.]

Freebase

  1. Clash

    Clash is a popular music and fashion magazine based in the United Kingdom. Its magazine title is published 12 times a year. The magazine alternates between modern bands such as The Horrors, Florence & The Machine and Jamie xx as well as hip-hop artists like DJ Shadow, Kanye West and Beastie Boys, who have all had cover spots in recent issues. It concentrates on music and fashion, and often their effect on surrounding culture, as well as film and technology. However they do also have a common theme throughout their reviews of slandering musicians who don't coincide with their almost extremist views and ideals of music - possibly for comedic value and entertainment for those who read the magazine. The magazine won the Best New Magazine award in 2004 at the PPA Magazine Awards and has won further awards in England and Scotland. Most notably, Magazine Of The Year at the 2011 Record Of The Day Awards. At the turn of 2011, Clash Magazine took on an entirely new look, ditching the previous glossy feel and music led design, for an altogether more artistically led approach. The publication is based around the larger Clash brand, which extends to live events around the country and festival partnerships/parties, and the website ClashMusic.com. 2011 saw Clash partner Levi's and Spotify to bring Primal Scream to London's Electric Brixton for one of their final shows with the former Stone Roses member, Mani.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Clash

    klash, n. a loud noise, such as is caused by the striking together of weapons: opposition: contradiction: (Scot.) chatter, country talk.—v.i. to dash noisily together: to meet in opposition: to act in a contrary direction: to disagree: (Scot.) to gossip.—v.t. to strike noisily against.—n. Clash′ing, a striking against: opposition. [Formed from the sound, like Ger. and Sw. klatsch.]

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  1. clash

    Song lyrics by clash -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by clash on the Lyrics.com website.

British National Corpus

  1. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Clash' in Nouns Frequency: #2001

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Clash in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Clash in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of Clash in a Sentence

  1. Jusuf Kalla:

    This is not a clash, but we are protecting the area.

  2. Hu Xijin:

    Based on what I know, the Chinese side also suffered casualties in the Galwan Valley physical clash.

  3. Carl Thayer:

    When Vietnam refers to the 'new situation', they are using coded language to refer to the rising likelihood of an armed confrontation or clash with China, particularly in the South China Sea.

  4. Nick Kafkas:

    If the policy statements are as hard as the pre-election ones ... you understand that we're heading to a big clash, and I think the markets will move accordingly.

  5. Benjamin Netanyahu:

    In Syria, I've defined my goals. They're to protect the security of my people and my country. Russia has different goals. But they shouldn't clash.

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Translations for Clash

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  • يتصادم, تصادمArabic
  • трясък, сблъсквам се, тряскамBulgarian
  • střetCzech
  • Zusammenstoß, Auseinandersetzung, ClashGerman
  • κλαγγή, βροντώ, συγκρούομαι, κλαγγάζωGreek
  • colisionSpanish
  • برخوردPersian
  • kalskahdus, yhteenotto, kalskahtaa, kalske, ottaa yhteenFinnish
  • cliquetis, échauffourée, fracas, escarmouche, s'affronterFrench
  • gliongScottish Gaelic
  • संघर्षHindi
  • csattanásHungarian
  • scontro, zuffa, cozzare, scontrarsi, schermaglia, baruffaItalian
  • clashNorwegian
  • столкновение, стычка, громыхание, гул, сталкиваться, лязг, разборка, грохот, греметь, грохотать, конфликтоватьRussian
  • skräll, smällSwedish
  • 衝突Chinese

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