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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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IT saddened me to see the marchers from the Veterans Against Terrorism coming into conflict with the Newcastle Unites demonstration in our city over the past few days.
When interviewed, he said they had had an ongoing argument about his daughter's lifestyle coming into conflict with his own, adding: "I just went crazy, didn't I?
Good Girl's Guide to County Jail for the Bad Girl in Us All" will help any woman coming into conflict with the legal authorities to cover their assets with all the relevant legal forms that are easy to fill-in and are ready for the Notary Public including: Power of Attorney; Caregiver's Authorization Affidavit; Temporary Custody Order; Letter to CPS Social Worker; Consent for International Travel, and more.
Over the past few years it has also become a site of violence, with opposing Palestinian factions coming into conflict.
The animals are increasingly coming into conflict with farmers, when they snack on corn or goats.
I don't think either Turkey or Russia will be stupid enough to allow the situation to escalate, but it shows clearly the dangers of Nato and Russian forces coming into conflict.
There is no problem of multiple omniscient beings coming into conflict, since upon liberation those beings are also omniscient and free of vices such as greed and passion.
We regularly see motorists disregard the road signs, which can lead to vehicles coming into conflict with the tram; it also sets a bad example to drivers unfamiliar with the area.
Several contributions discuss the relationship between the African American rights and suffrage struggle and the similar struggles of women, often coming into conflict and competition yet also evidently intersecting with the contributions of Black women to the magazine.
In America, we are used to regarding religion and sexuality as opposites or enemies, constantly coming into conflict over issues like abortion and homosexuality.
The case of Paolina and Franceschini is significant precisely because it occurred at the intersection where old views of sexual license and new libertine conceptions were coming into conflict with modern notions of childhood and new appreciation and respect for the fundamental innocence of children.
As their forest habitat is being felled by a growing population in need of more land for homes and farms, India's remaining elephant population and its people are coming into conflict, causing a jumbo-sized headache for rural officials and wildlife activists.
Wilen and his neighbours are coming into conflict with elephants, as although having previously co-existed peacefully, deforestation and an increase in the human population means elephants are increasingly attacking and sometimes killing humans, as they target crops, and humans are attacking elephants to defend their livelihoods.
BMI Political View: Political tension continues to overshadow Iraq's good economic performance, with problems stemming from opposition groups coming into conflict with the government.
Humans and animals are increasingly coming into conflict in Indonesia -- but in most cases, it is the animals who end up the losers.