collide

Abut vs Collide - What's the difference?

abut | collide |


As verbs the difference between abut and collide

is that abut is to touch by means of a mutual border, edge or end; to border on; to lie adjacent; to project; to terminate; to be contiguous; to meet, of an estate, country, etc while collide is to impact directly, especially if violent.

Collide vs Fuse - What's the difference?

collide | fuse |


As verbs the difference between collide and fuse

is that collide is to impact directly, especially if violent while fuse is .

Collide vs Crashy - What's the difference?

collide | crashy |


As a verb collide

is to impact directly, especially if violent.

As an adjective crashy is

(computing) tending to crash.

Collide vs Suspension - What's the difference?

collide | suspension |


As a verb collide

is to impact directly, especially if violent.

As a noun suspension is

suspension (of solid particles in a liquid).

Collide vs Strike - What's the difference?

collide | strike |


As verbs the difference between collide and strike

is that collide is to impact directly, especially if violent while strike is to delete or cross out; to scratch or eliminate.

As a noun strike is

(baseball) a status resulting from a batter swinging and missing a pitch, or not swinging at a pitch in the strike zone, or hitting a foul ball that is not caught.

Collide vs Gathered - What's the difference?

collide | gathered |


As verbs the difference between collide and gathered

is that collide is to impact directly, especially if violent while gathered is (gather).

Knock vs Collide - What's the difference?

knock | collide |


As verbs the difference between knock and collide

is that knock is (dated) to rap one's knuckles against something, especially wood while collide is to impact directly, especially if violent.

As a noun knock

is an abrupt rapping sound, as from an impact of a hard object against wood.

Connive vs Collide - What's the difference?

connive | collide |


As verbs the difference between connive and collide

is that connive is to cooperate with others secretly in order to commit a crime; to collude while collide is to impact directly, especially if violent.

Collide vs Crush - What's the difference?

collide | crush |


As verbs the difference between collide and crush

is that collide is to impact directly, especially if violent while crush is to press or bruise between two hard bodies; to squeeze, so as to destroy the natural shape or integrity of the parts, or to force together into a mass.

As a noun crush is

a violent collision or compression; a crash; destruction; ruin.

Collide vs Strick - What's the difference?

collide | strick |


As a verb collide

is to impact directly, especially if violent.

As a noun strick is

a flat piece of wood used for levelling off grain in a measure; a strickle.

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