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come into conflict

To cause tension with someone or something else. I came into conflict with Tiffany when she found out that I had started that rumor about her. I'm sorry, but I just can't support your plan—it comes into conflict with my religious beliefs.
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come into conflict

[for things or people] to conflict or to be at odds with one another. The various policies came into conflict at the last moment. Bill and Bob came into conflict over almost everything.
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Here, in a battle of the blond bombshells, he plays a CIA agent who comes into conflict with his young protege, played by Brad Pitt.
In this Despicable Me spin-off, Scarlet targets the Queen of England and comes into conflict with the Minions.
So "the objective of inclusive governance comes into conflict with the imperatives of remaining in power" (p.
THE MUSKETEERS BBC1, 9pm Athos is kidnapped and taken back to his old estate of Pinon, where he comes into conflict with Baron Renard, who has decided that if the aristocratic soldier has rejected his birthright, he will seize the land for himself.
The Musketeers BBC One, 9pm Athos is kidnapped and taken back to his old estate of Pinon, where he comes into conflict with Baron Renard, who has decided that if the aristocratic soldier has rejected his birthright, he will seize the land for himself.
Feared for her magical powers, Elphaba comes into conflict with the Wonderful Wizard himself (Steven Pinder).
With this issue, Moment launches a new project, "Israel: Theocracy in a Democracy," in which we will examine some of the many ways that Israel's official rabbinate comes into conflict with the country's democratic values.
Falsnaes is interested in the relationship between the individual and the group--a fundamental issue in art, given that, at least since modernism, the work of art has usually been regarded as the self-expression of a single individual who stands apart from the collective and often even comes into conflict with it.
Before long, the squad comes into conflict with the judge who's assigned to the case.
A sharp-shooting cowboy comes into conflict with a cruel landowner in the Australian Outback, and is forced to flee into the wilderness 1990 hhh Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast (3e, 1.
President Michel Sleiman is the figure with which all Lebanese have stood in support of the country's best interests, which sometimes comes into conflict with other interests," Baroud said.
He repeated what he was saying all along in the past that it would be very difficult for the regulation to go through in this manner since it comes into conflict with the essence of the existence of the EU, which is based on consent.
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