- n. 冲突，矛盾；斗争；争执
- vi. 冲突，抵触；争执；战斗
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con-, 强调。-flict, 鞭子，击打，词源同flagellate(鞭笞), afflict.
- conflict: see profligate
- conflict (v.)
- early 15c., from Latin conflictus, past participle of confligere "to strike together, be in conflict," from com- "together" (see com-) + fligere "to strike" (see afflict). Related: Conflicted; conflicting.
- conflict (n.)
- early 15c., "armed encounter, battle," from Old French conflit and directly from Latin conflictus (see conflict (v.)). Meaning "struggle, quarrel" is from mid-15c. Psychological sense of "incompatible urges in one person" is from 1859 (hence conflicted, past participle adjective). Phrase conflict of interest was in use by 1743.
- 1. The ethnic populations are so intermingled that there's bound to be conflict.
- 2. This was a straight conflict of directly opposed aims.
- 3. The time has come to put an end to the conflict.
- 4. He has attempted to find a peaceful solution to the Ossetian conflict.
- 5. He's looking for a way out from this conflict.
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