clash

clash

clash [ klaʃ ] n. m.
• 1962; mot angl. « fracas »
Anglic. Désaccord violent, conflit, rupture. Chercher le clash. Provoquer un clash. Des clashs.

clash, clashes ou clashs nom masculin (anglais clash, désaccord) Familier. Conflit, désaccord, rupture brutaux et violents. ● clash, clashes ou clashs (difficultés) nom masculin (anglais clash, désaccord) Orthographe Plur. : des clashs ou des clashes. Anglicisme Désaccord soudain et violent. Familier.

clash [klaʃ] n. m. invar.
ÉTYM. 1962, in Höfler; angl. clash « fracas ».
Américanisme. Conflit, désaccord violent. || « Il y a, aux États-Unis, un risque de clash social qui n'avait jamais existé jusqu'ici » (l'Express, 21 août 1972, p. 70).

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