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collide with (someone or something)

To accidentally strike or crash into someone or something. There's a major traffic jam because a tractor-trailer collided with a car earlier. The runner did collide with the first baseman, but neither one was injured.
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collide with someone or something

to crash with or bump into someone or something. The bus collided with a truck. Maria collided with Alice, but neither was hurt.
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At this intersection point some of the subatomic particles collide.
Gamma rays that collide with lower-energy radiation sometimes vanish, leaving pairs of electrons and positrons in their wake.
The planets' gravity would cause surrounding debris to collide and shatter, generating the doughnut shape.
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Normal rainstorms occur when the water droplets collide and stick to one another.
Tapia and Ayala will collide in a 10-round non-title bout -- the catch weight is 124 pounds -- in the sequel to their memorable war in Las Vegas on June 26, 1999.
The particles collide, creating the smallest imaginable pieces of matter that may yield the secrets of the origin of the universe.
Passenger jet, cargo plane nearly collide at O'Hare.
WHEN vehicles collide, which they do in Los Angeles with great regularity, the first reaction is fear.
According to one theory, some massive, dark-matter particles occasionally collide with each other and either generate gamma rays or produce particles that decay into gamma rays.
Taking a different approach, the physicists used the Crystal Barrel detector to study the products created when antiprotons and protons collide and annihilate each other, and they also found evidence of an exotic meson with a mass of 1.
The tiny neutrinos rarely collide with other particles, and the standard model of physics assumes they lack mass.
A 3 mm-diameter ruby ball collides with the ridge at 7200 rpm rotational speed.