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crash together

Of two or more things, to strike each other violently or noisily. A noun or pronoun can be used between "crash" and "together." Our cars crashed together in the middle of the intersection when the other driver ran a red light. My job in the percussion section of the marching band is to crash the symbols together.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

crash something together

to bring things together with great force, making a loud noise. Fred crashed the cymbals together and the sound could have wakened the dead. Don't crash those pans together. It drives me crazy.
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crash together

to ram or move together with great force. The two cars crashed together, making a loud noise. The ships crashed together, opening a gaping hole in the side of one of them.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Every few blocks there would be a railroad crossing on the level with the sidewalk, a deathtrap for the unwary; long freight trains would be passing, the cars clanking and crashing together, and Jurgis would pace about waiting, burning up with a fever of impatience.
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VICEROY'S Henry But there's an attempted murder in episode one which brings his world, and that of his Indian clerk Aafrin's (Nikesh Patel), crashing together. While Ralph is busy creating a little corner of England in Simla for him and his sister Alice (The Borgias' Jemima West), and having a wild old time at the Royal Club, Aafrin is working hard to support his family who live in the bazaar.
A still from mobile phone footage of the Sky Swing at Cardiff's Winter Wonderland showing swings crashing together
The newly imaged particle jet sits at the heart of what van Weeren called "the most complex cluster collision known." Four smaller clusters with a total mass of 3 million billion suns are crashing together. The jet could provide information about how enormous clusters form.
Meanwhile Catherine's hunt for Tommy Lee Royce gathers momentum when she gets a tip off from her local Chinese restaurant sparking an incredibly tense ending to tonight's episode as two storylines come crashing together.
Through the patches of lespedeza and partridge pea lining the old fire lane, the hunter could hear antlers crashing together. He thought he could also hear brush breaking and grunts of exertion in the mix of sounds sweeping across the field to his left.
The two nations were originally separated by a vast ocean called Iapetus before crashing together around 450million years ago.
"My idea has always been to have a show where sports and entertainment come crashing together."