There are 2 translations of clash in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /klæʃ/

n

  • 1 countable/numerable 1.1 (of interests) conflicto (m); (of cultures) choque (m); (of opinions, views) disparidad (f) personality clash choque (masculine) de caracteres dispares I missed the lecture because of a timetable clash me perdí la conferencia porque tenía otra cosa a la misma hora or por un problema de coincidencia de horarios
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    • And indeed, for the first few days the clash of personalities and cultures can be terrifying.
    • Have you noticed recent personality clashes, suddenly overly-friendly colleagues, or small huddled groups round water coolers who stop talking as you approach?
    • The convoy itself encountered numerous difficulties; mechanical and logistical problems were compounded by stormy clashes of personality.
    1.2 (of colors) falta (feminine) de armonía
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    • Gone are the stylish wedding planners who once plucked out the excess baby's breath and saved you from unforeseen colour clashes.
    • In France people need permission to paint buildings a particular colour in an effort to avoid a clash of colour in a street.
    • He spilled a can of green paint across terracotta tiles - what a horrendous clash of colours.
  • 2 countable/numerable (between armies, rival factions) enfrentamiento (m), choque (m) a clash of heads (British English/inglés británico) [Sport/Deporte] un cabezazo
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    • Over the past couple of months hundreds of thousands of protestors have dominated the country's capital, resulting in a series of violent clashes with police and brutal arrests.
    • Fifteen pro-hunting demonstrators were being held in custody today following yesterday's violent clashes with police outside Parliament, police said.
    • Four men have been arrested following violent clashes with police in a disturbance in Huddersfield during which a council building was damaged by a blazing car.
  • 3 uncountable/no numerable (noise) the clash of swords el sonido del choque de espadas the clash of the cymbals el sonido de los platillos

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There are 2 translations of clash in Spanish:

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vi

  • 1 1.1 [aims/interests] estar* en conflicto or en pugna; [personalities] chocar* our views clash on every subject tenemos puntos de vista opuestos en todo
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    • The advice that women use barrier contraception clashed with the hospital's ethos, although the leaflet did say abstinence was acceptable.
    • However, his older brother, Anthony, has his own ideas about how to spend the money and their polar opposite fiscal philosphies eventually clash.
    • Tempers have flared as the newcomers' habits have clashed with local customs.
    1.2 [colors/patterns] desentonar to clash with sth desentonar con algo that tie clashes with your shirt esa corbata desentona or [colloquial/familiar] no te pega con la camisa
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    • The explosions blossomed in the night sky, the colors continuing to clash against each other.
    • She used to love being outdoors, and she used to always wear bright, if sometimes clashing, colours.
    • The floor under Cecil's feet was tiled, colours merging and clashing in a dazzling display.
  • 2 [armies/factions/leaders] chocar*to clash with sb (over sth) police clashed with demonstrators hubo choques entre la policía y los manifestantes he clashed with his manager over his contract tuvo un enfrentamiento con el gerente acerca de su contrato
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    • A demonstration turned violent when police clashed with protesters after the rally had all but dispersed.
    • The violence began when police clashed with some 2,000 demonstrators who were demanding the release of six people earlier detained by police.
    • The annual May Day demonstrations got off to a violent start overnight when police clashed with protestors in Berlin and the northern city of Hamburg.
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    • This dispute is not the first time Marie has clashed with the council.
    • But Phillips disagreed and the two clashed over finance.
    • Each works in their own way to fight the corporate media system and its government control, eventually clashing over their differing methods of protest.
  • 3 [dates] coincidir the concert clashes with the film tonight el concierto y la película de esta noche son a la misma hora
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    • The gig clashes with the England-France match.
    • Broadcasters have already warned that fair coverage of a referendum would be impossible if it clashes with the May elections, and some ministers fear it could lead to a legal challenge in the courts.
    • Organisers of a popular fireworks display which clashes with England's crucial football game in Turkey this Saturday are hoping the big match action does not deter the crowds.
  • 4 4.1 (make noise) [cymbals/swords] sonar* (al entrechocarse) 4.2 (collide) chocar* their heads clashed (British English/inglés británico) se dieron un cabezazo

vt

  • [cymbals] tocar*; [weapons] entrechocar*
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    • The sound of there swords clashing together seemed to echo.
    • The sound of metal clashing together alerted the group and the knights ran to her aid along with everybody else.
    • Their weapons clashed as they met in the middle of the room.

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