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  • collision — collisional, adj. /keuh lizh euhn/, n. 1. the act of colliding; a coming violently into contact; crash: the collision of two airplanes. 2. a clash; conflict: a collision of purposes. 3. Physics. the meeting of particles or of bodies in which each …   Universalium

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