come in conflict with

come in conflict with
index confront (oppose), contradict, counter, counteract, disapprove (reject), except (object), grapple, oppose

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  • conflict — con|flict1 W2S2 [ˈkɔnflıkt US ˈka:n ] n [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: conflictus, from the past participle of confligere to strike together , from com ( COM ) + fligere to strike ] 1.) [U and C] a state of disagreement or argument between… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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