Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of collide.

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Examples

  • As more objects go into orbit, spacecraft will begin colliding with — and being shattered by — debris.

    The Danger of Space Junk

  • As more objects go into orbit, spacecraft will begin colliding with — and being shattered by — debris.

    The Danger of Space Junk

  • These images eloquently capture the sense of eras colliding, which is a core part of many China stories — including Meyer's own.

    At Home In Old Beijing

  • One is the idea of colliding bubbles, pursued by Aguirre, Johnson, and Shomer and by Chang, Kleban, and Levi.

    The Lopsided Universe

  • Tinker's exemption from First Amendment protection of expression colliding with the rights of others seems particularly pertinent in these two categories of litigation.

    ADF Alliance Alert

  • But on A jungle of sounds and nature's call colliding in six cinematic songs most fully appreciated in their immediate environs.

    PopMatters

  • More boring, but you still have that kind of colliding and bumping.

    Anand Agarawala demos BumpTop

  • More boring, but you still have that kind of colliding and bumping.

    Anand Agarawala demos BumpTop

  • So, again, these worlds kind of colliding, one of top of each other.

    CNN Transcript Aug 13, 2007

  • Weak gravity waves are all we are likely to ever detect from distant astrophysical sources, such as colliding black holes and other violent events.

    A Dark, Misleading Force

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