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conflict /ˈkɒnflɪkt $ ˈkɑːn-/ noun
conflict /kənˈflɪkt/ verb [intransitive]

ستیزه ، کشاکش ، کشمکش ، نبرد ، برخورد ، ناسازگاری ، تضاد ، ناسازگار بودن ، مبارزه کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: تعارض ، روانشناسی: تعارض
مهندسی صنایع: تناقض ، تضاد ، ستیزه ، تعارض

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- opposition, antagonism, difference, disagreement, discord, dissension, friction, hostility, strife
- battle, clash, combat, contest, encounter, fight, strife, war
- be incompatible, be at variance, clash, collide, differ, disagree, interfere
Related Idioms: run against the tide
Related Words: argument, controversy, dispute, differ, disagree, vary, disturb, interfere
English Thesaurus: war, conflict, fighting, hostilities, warfare, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. conflict1 S3 W2 AC /ˈkɒnflɪkt $ ˈkɑːn-/ noun
[Word Family: verb: conflict; noun: conflict; adjective: conflicting]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin; Origin: conflictus, from the past participle of confligere 'to strike together', from com- ( ⇒ COM-) + fligere 'to strike']

1. [uncountable and countable] a state of disagreement or argument between people, groups, countries etc
conflict over
conflicts over wage settlements
conflict between
the conflict between tradition and innovation
in conflict (with somebody)
normal kids who are in conflict with their parents
political/social/industrial conflict
social and political conflict in the 1930s
the threat of industrial conflict in the coalfields
Marx points out the potential conflicts below the surface of society.
His views on the literal truth of the Bible brought him into conflict with other Christian leaders.
Doctors exercise considerable power and often come into conflict with politicians.
a lawyer specializing in conflict resolution

2. [uncountable and countable] fighting or a war
armed/military/violent conflict
For years the region has been torn apart by armed conflicts.
UN troops intervened to avert a threat of violent conflict.
efforts to resolve the conflict

3. [uncountable and countable] a situation in which you have to choose between two or more opposite needs, influences etc:
As women increasingly went out to work, the possibility of a conflict of loyalties became stronger.
conflict between
a conflict between the demands of one’s work and one’s family
in conflict (with something)
The principles of democracy are sometimes in conflict with political reality.

4. [uncountable and countable] a situation in which you have two opposite feelings about something:
a state of inner conflict

5. [countable] American English something that you have to do at the same time that someone wants you to do something else:
I’ve got a conflict on Friday. Can we make it Monday?

6. conflict of interest/interests
a) a situation in which you cannot do your job fairly because you will be affected by the decision you make:
There is a growing conflict of interest between her position as a politician and her business activities.
b) a situation in which different people want different things

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. conflict2 AC /kənˈflɪkt/ verb [intransitive]
[Word Family: verb: conflict; noun: conflict; adjective: conflicting]
if two ideas, beliefs, opinions etc conflict, they cannot exist together or both be true
conflict with
new evidence which conflicts with previous findings
conflicting opinions/demands/interests etc
I had been given a great deal of conflicting advice.
There are conflicting views about what caused the accident.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. fight/argument
ADJ. big, great, major | bitter, serious, violent | growing, increasing | constant, continued, continuing, unresolved He is in constant conflict with the authorities.
open, overt | global, internal, regional | armed, military | civil, class, cultural, ethnic, family, industrial, political, social, religious
VERB + CONFLICT bring sb/sth into, cause, come into, create, lead to, provoke His work brought him into conflict with more conventional scientists. The decision led to a bitter conflict between the management and unions.
avert, avoid, prevent They hid their feelings to avoid conflict.
handle | end, resolve, settle, solve The United Nations are hoping to resolve the conflict quickly.
CONFLICT + VERB arise (from sth), occur The conflict arose from different ambitions within the team.
PREP. during/in a/the ~ Thousands have been arrested in violent ethnic conflicts in the region.
in ~ They found themselves in conflict over the future of the firm.
in ~ with in conflict with management
~ about/over a conflict over ownership of the land
~ between conflicts between different ethnic groups
~ with to end the conflict with France
~ within serious conflicts within the ruling party
PHRASES an area/a source of conflict, in direct conflict with sb

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. difference between ideas/wishes, etc.
ADJ. fundamental, serious, sharp | direct | inherent the inherent conflict between the demands of farmers and wishes of environmentalists
inner | ideological
CONFLICT + NOUN situation | management, resolution the key to successful conflict management
PREP. in ~ with in direct conflict with his wishes
~ between the conflict between science and religion
~ of a serious conflict of opinion
PHRASES a conflict of interests/loyalties

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. apparently how to reconcile apparently conflicting goals
potentially potentially conflicting values
PREP. with His opinions conflicted with mine.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


come into conflict with somebody
Local people have often come into conflict with planning officials.
bring somebody into conflict with somebody
Some of her actions have brought her into conflict with her managers.
cause/create/provoke conflict
Sometimes very small disagreements can cause conflict within a family.
resolve a conflict
You may need a lawyer to resolve a serious conflict between neighbours.
avoid conflict
The Prime Minister wants to avoid a conflict over the issue.
political/social conflict
Widespread unemployment often leads to social conflict.
industrial conflict (=between workers and their employers)
The industrial conflict resulted in a series of strikes.
ethnic/racial conflict (=between people of different races)
The ethnic conflict in the region has become violent.
family conflict
There are various techniques you can use to try and avoid family conflict.
bitter conflict (=very angry)
The new law provoked bitter conflict.
a source of conflict
Lack of money is often a source of conflict between spouses.
an area of conflict (=a subject or matter that causes conflict)
There may be many areas of conflict between parents and teenagers.
conflict resolution (=finding a way to end a conflict)
The children are learning methods of conflict resolution to use on the playground.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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