Prepositions after "collide"

collide with, in, at, before or during?

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In 86% of cases collide with is used

Eventually, he passed Hyun and collided with the taxi.

But after only a few minutes of driving he collided with a BMW.

If they didn't do it together they would collide with each other.

Turning the other way (pronating) to stretch, the radius simply collides with the ulna.

The side of Ahmad's body collided with a brick ball and he lay motionless on the ground.

Those emotions were then halted by other racers ' interests of colliding with each other.

Sandy is on track to collide with a wintry storm moving in from the west and cold air streaming down from the Arctic.

Friday: The Orionid meteor shower consists of the Earth colliding with pieces of the remains of Halley's Comet's tail.

If the wind is blowing from the dock, greater force is required to clear the dock and avoid colliding with other boats.

He placed wooden booms out in front of the dam and lock to try to catch this material before it could collide with the works.

In 5% of cases collide in is used

As waves in the ocean dash against one another, the seer and the seen collide in perception.

Host Thailand and Myanmar collide in the other match slated three hours later with the former going for a semis seat.

I instanced the Sea Kings that collided in the Gulf, the Tornado shot down by a Patriot missile, the Hercules that was shot down, and, of course the Nimrod.

In 3% of cases collide at is used

Two speed skaters also collided at the Olympic Oval, one suffering severe lacerations to his upper leg.

The Albury man became airborne after his bike and a Ford Territory collided at the Dick Road intersection.

The vessels blasted away at each other at close range, even colliding at one point, during the 35-minute battle.

In 1% of cases collide during is used

Well, today worlds collided during my cross country run when on mile 7 I was struggling to continue because I hurt, was tired, and didn't think I could finish.

In 1% of cases collide on is used

Recently I saw what can happen if a car and a cyclist collide on such a crossing: the victim had to be taken away in a trauma helicopter.

In 1% of cases collide over is used

There were 2 big storm systems that collided over top of my part of Ontario.

In 1% of cases collide through is used

In other words, what does it mean to live in an age of augmented reality? We've seen how online and offline fields collide through recent reports in the media.

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