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1. affair


Sinonimi: affaire | intimacy | liaison | involvement | amour | occasion | social occasion

ETYM Old Eng. afere, affere, Old Fren. afaire, French affaire, from a faire to do; Latin. ad + facere to do. Related to Fact, Ado.
1. A usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship; SYN. affaire, intimacy, liaison, involvement, amour.
2. A vaguely specified social event; SYN. occasion, social occasion.
3. A vaguely specified concern

2. bout


ETYM A different spelling and application of bought bend.
1. As much of an action as is performed at one time; a going and returning; a turn; a round.
2. A conflict; contest; attempt; trial.

3. bruilzie

imenicasleng, dijalekt

4. brulzie

imenicasleng, dijalekt

5. brush


Sinonimi: brushwood | coppice | copse | thicket | clash | encounter | skirmish | light touch | brushing

ETYM Old Eng. brusche, Old Fren. broche, broce, brosse, brushwood, French brosse brush, Late Lat. brustia, bruscia, from Old High Germ. brusta, brust, bristle, German borste bristle, bürste brush. Related to Bristle, Browse.
1. A dense growth of bushes; SYN. brushwood, coppice, copse, thicket.
2. A minor short-term fight; SYN. clash, encounter, skirmish.
3. An implement that has hairs or bristles firmly set into a handle.
4. A clump of fine wires that conducts current between rotating and stationary parts of a generator or motor.
5. Momentary contact; SYN. light touch.
6. The act of brushing one's hair or teeth; SYN. brushing.

6. clash


Sinonimi: friction

A state of conflict between persons; SYN. friction.

7. collision


Sinonimi: hit | crash | smash

ETYM Latin collisio, from collidere. Related to Collide.
1. An accident resulting from violent impact of a moving object.
2. An event in which two or more bodies come together; SYN. hit.
3. The act of colliding with something; SYN. crash, smash.

8. colluctation


Strife; opposition.

9. conflict


1. Fight, battle, war
2. Competitive or opposing action of incompatibles; antagonistic state or action (as of divergent ideas, interests, or persons); mental struggle resulting from incompatible or opposing needs, drives, wishes, or external or internal demands
3. The opposition of persons or forces that gives rise to the dramatic action in a drama or fiction

10. confrontation


Sinonimi: encounter | showdown | opposition

ETYM Late Lat. confrontatio.
1. A bold challenge.
2. A hostile disagreement face-to-face; SYN. encounter, showdown.
3. The act of opposing groups confronting each other; SYN. opposition.
In SE Asian history, term for the policy adopted in Indonesia 1963–65 under president Sukarno of breaking up the new Federation of Malaysia by tactics of military and political destabilization. Australian prime minister Menzies announced military support for Malaysia, with resulting tension in Australia–Indonesia relations. This eased with Sukarno's loss of power to Suharto and the ending of the confrontation policy.

11. contention


ETYM French contention, Latin contentio. Related to Contend.
A point asserted as part of an argument.
A method of line control in which terminals compete with each other for permission to transmit over a common channel. If the channel is free, the terminal transmits. If the channel is in use by another terminal, the terminal attempting to transmit waits until the channel is free.
Quarrel; strife; opinion; belief.

12. contest


Sinonimi: competition

1. A struggle between rivals.
2. An occasion on which a winner is selected from among two or more contestants; SYN. competition.

13. controverse


14. dash


Sinonimi: sprint | elan | flair | panache | style | bolt | dah

1. A footrace run at top speed
2. A quick run; SYN. sprint.
3. Distinctive and stylish elegance; SYN. elan, flair, panache, style.
4. The act of moving with great haste; SYN. bolt.
5. The longer of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code; SYN. dah.

15. dimication


16. disagreement


Sinonimi: dissension

ETYM Cf. French désagrément disagreeable circumstance, disagreeableness.
1. A conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters; SYN. dissension.
2. The speech act of disagreeing or arguing or disputing.

17. discord


Sinonimi: discordance | dissension | strife

ETYM Old Eng. discord, descord, Old Fren. discorde, descorde, French discorde, from Latin discordia, from discors, -cordis, discordant, disagreeable.
A combination of notes jarring to the ear. See dissonance.
1. A discordant act; SYN. discordance.
2. Disagreement among those expected to cooperate; SYN. dissension.
3. Lack of agreement or harmony; SYN. strife.

18. dispute


Sinonimi: difference | difference of opinion | conflict | contravention

ETYM Cf. French dispute. Related to Dispute.
1. A disagreement or argument about something important; SYN. difference, difference of opinion, conflict.
2. Coming into conflict with; SYN. contravention.

19. embroilment


20. encounter


Sinonimi: coming upon

ETYM Old Fren. encontre, from encontrer. Related to Encounter.
A casual meeting with a person of thing; SYN. coming upon.

21. fight


Sinonimi: bout | fighting | combat

ETYM Old Eng. fight, feht, AS. feoht. Related to Fight.
1. A boxing match; SYN. bout.
2. An intense verbal dispute.
3. The act of fighting; any contest or struggle; SYN. fighting, combat.

22. foul


Sinonimi: foul ball

(In baseball) A ball struck with the bat so that it does not stay between the foul lines on the playing field; SYN. foul ball.

23. jar


Sinonimi: jarful

1. A wide-mouthed vessel (usually cylindrical) without handles.
2. The quantity contained in a jar; SYN. jarful.

24. rencounter


Chance meeting; encounter; casual combat

25. ruction


1. A noisy fight
2. Disturbance; uproar

26. scene


Sinonimi: shot | view

ETYM Latin scaena, scena, Greek skene a covered place, a tent, a stage.
(Homonym: seen).
1. A consecutive series of pictures that constitutes a unit of action in a film; SYN. shot.
2. A subdivision of an act of a play.
3. An incident (real or imaginary).
4. The graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept; SYN. view.
5. The place where some action occurs.

27. shock


Sinonimi: concussion | impact | blow | seismic disturbance

In medicine, circulatory failure marked by a sudden fall of blood pressure and resulting in pallor, sweating, fast (but weak) pulse, and sometimes complete collapse. Causes include disease, injury, and psychological trauma.
In shock, the blood pressure falls below that necessary to supply the tissues of the body, especially the brain. Treatment depends on the cause. Rest is needed, and, in the case of severe blood loss, restoration of the normal circulating volume.
1. Any violent blow or collision; SYN. concussion.
2. The violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat; SYN. impact.
3. An unpleasant or disappointing surprise; SYN. blow.
4. (Pathology) Bodily collapse or near collapse caused by inadequate oxygen delivery to the cells; caused by loss of circulating blood or cardiac arrest or obstruction or poor distribution of the blood flow.
5. A bushy thick mass (especially hair)
6. A pile of sheaves of grain set on end in a field to dry; stalks of Indian corn set up in a field.
7. An instance of agitation of the earth's crust; SYN. seismic disturbance.

28. skirmish


ETYM Old Eng. scarmishe, scrymishe. Related to Skirmish.
1. A slight fight in war; a light or desultory combat between detachments from armies, or between detached and small bodies of troops.
2. A slight quarrel or violent encounter.

29. smash


Sinonimi: smash-up

A serious collision (especially of motor vehicles); SYN. smash-up.

30. squabble


1. To argue in an unseemly maner; to wrangle; to quarrel.
2. To debate peevishly; to dispute.

31. strife


ETYM Old Fren. estrif. Related to Strive.
Bitter conflict; heated often violent dissension.

32. yike


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