collide with (someone or something)

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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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I'll never forget the meaty thump the alligator made when it collided with us.
Night the Hyde I'll never forget the meaty thump the alligator made when it collided with us.
I was a passenger in my friend's car when another vehicle collided with us as we pulled out of a side road on to a busy roundabout.
The main reason why we wrote our letter (You Say, October 14) was for the concerns and empathy for others as we are no spring chickens now and due to the fact that two speeding cyclists nearly collided with us near St John's Church and also near the market.
He collided with us again after which I decided to give up.
In that instant, we came to the horrible conclusion our wingmen had collided with us.
Evans, from Ynysybwl near Pontypridd, collided with US motorist Jeannette Todd in Winchester in 1997.
I didn't know what had happened at first but realised that a taxi had collided with us and its driver was shouting and swearing at our driver then just drove off.
She said the three of us were standing between our two cars on the hard shoulder when a car suddenly collided with us.