There are 2 translations of clash in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /klæʃ/

n

  • 1 c 1.1 (of interests) conflicto (m); (of cultures) choque (m); (of opinions, views) disparidad (f) personality clash choque (m) 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 (f) 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 c (between armies, rival factions) enfrentamiento (m), choque (m) a clash of heads (BrE) [Sport] 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 u (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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Sanfermines (The festival of San Fermín) is from 6th-14th July and el encierro (the 'running of the bulls'), takes place in Pamplona in northern Spain. The animals are released into the barricaded streets and people run in front of them, in honor of the town´s patron saint, San Fermín, who was put to death by being dragged by bulls.

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 [familiar/colloquial] 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 (BrE) 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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Word of the day precioso
adj
beautiful …
Cultural fact of the day

Sanfermines (The festival of San Fermín) is from 6th-14th July and el encierro (the 'running of the bulls'), takes place in Pamplona in northern Spain. The animals are released into the barricaded streets and people run in front of them, in honor of the town´s patron saint, San Fermín, who was put to death by being dragged by bulls.