- n. 碰撞；冲突
- [U][C]碰撞,冲突,抵触 the act of colliding
(physics) a brief event in which two or more bodies come together;
"the collision of the particles resulted in an exchange of energy and a change of direction"
an accident resulting from violent impact of a moving object;
"three passengers were killed in the collision"
"the collision of the two ships resulted in a serious oil spill"
a conflict of opposed ideas or attitudes or goals;
"a collision of interests"
- The car was completely wrecked by the force of the collision.
- The liner is reported to have been in collision with an oil tanker.
- The Government and the unions are on a collision course.
- This collision had a very unusual cause.
- Four persons were killed in a collision between a bus and a train.
- The two trucks came into collision.
- A collision with parliament could ruin the government's plans.
- His political activities brought him into collision with the law.
- avoid a collision with 避免与…冲撞
- railway collision 火车相撞事件
- be in〔come into〕 collision (with) (与…)相撞〔冲突〕
The number of collisions of the particle with the atom.出自： E. Rutherford
His head came into painful collision with a wooden crate.出自： J. Wain
His brakes squealed, to avoid a collision with a truck.出自： M. Shadbolt