лязг ; гул ; шум ; столкновение; конфликт ;
сталкиваться; стукаться; ударяться друг о друга; приходить в столкновение; расходиться; совпадать во времени; конфликтовать; дисгармонировать; ударять с грохотом; производить гул; производить звон; производить шум; звонить во все колокола
- Six candidates are embroiled in a Commons clash over who will succeed Bernard Wetherill.
- This means that Ndlovu is likely to miss the Villa clash.
- However, in a head-on clash, the weight and armour-piercing qualities of the Christian forces were virtually unstoppable.
- However, against Chelsea today at Goodison Park, Southall will simply wear black, and look an even more formidable sight for the likes of Mick Harford and Robert Fleck in a game which acts as a preview for their Coca Cola Cup clash.
- Clash of the TARTANS
- International: Clash closer in rival claims to Black Sea Fleet
- Blissett, 28, of Rickmansworth, Herts, was sent off after the clash in December 1991.
- Which is what Mick Jones of The Clash did.
- "I realise the European Tour will not be too happy but I blame them anyway for the clash of dates," Faldo said.
- The one certain way to ensure a head-on clash was to organise a non-Unionist march through the city centre.
- They'll be joined by the winner of today's eagerly-awaited clash between long-time Wimbledon rivals, Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker.
- Captain Sensible once invaded the stage during an early Clash gig on the continent.
- Hungary's old guard attacks reformers: "Stone Age" conservatives are set to clash with "monetarists" at the party congress starting today, Imre Karacs writes from Budapest