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crash/collide/smash etc head-on

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrash/collide/smash etc head-oncrash/collide/smash etc head-onHIT/BUMP INTOif two vehicles crash etc head-on, the front part of one vehicle hits the front part of the other head-on
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crash/collide/smash etc head-onHe and Carter were doomed to collide head-on.Shortly after the £5 million junction was opened, two trains collided head-on killing four people and injuring 22.The cab control car of a commuter train being pushed from the rear collided head-on with an Amtrak diesel locomotive.But that image collided head-on with life last month.They can collide head-on with what we believe to be right.
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