To collide is to come into contact with each other. When two cars collide, they hit each other head on.

  • The driver was trying to avoid a collision by driving on the wrong side of the road.

  • The collision caused a lot of damage to the building.

Definition of colliding


To impact directly, especially if violent.


To come into conflict, or be incompatible.


A collision.

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Example Sentences for colliding

  • 1

    The conflict made the two organization collide.

  • 2

    The moon has collided into the Earth.

  • 3

    Meanwhile, the activation of the collider is about to begin.

  • 4

    The aircraft collided at the intersection of the two runways.

  • 5

    They should not have collided for the sake of their security.

  • 6

    Mixing causes the precipitant and the target product to collide.

  • 7

    In a second the weight is overtaken by the floor and then the two collide.

  • 8

    The two nations collided upon each other.

  • 9

    But his colliding forms and agitated architecture are curiously unthreatening.

  • 10

    Jaws will always collide with the boat and release the diver into the water.