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    Exclamation clash crash crush

    Hello there!

    What's the difference of these words?


    Please help me!

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    Re: clash crash crush

    In my opinion you should use a dictionary. Their meanings depend on each situation.

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    Smile Re: clash crash crush

    In my opinion,
    Clash means two objects collite with noise, normally metallic noise, it also can be applied to the situation that interests of two group come into conflict. For instance, clash on tax increase.
    Crash means hitting something hard, A car crashed into the guardrail.
    Crush means to press. This machine crushes wheat grain to make flour.

    Not a teacher, waiting for better answer.

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    Re: clash crash crush

    ngathuy's was a better answer


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