The noun is pronounced 'kɒnflɪkt/. The verb is pronounced /kən'flɪkt/. 名词读作 /'kɒnflɪkt/。动词读作 /kən'flɪkt/。
1 N-UNCOUNT [oft in/into N] 争执;争论;分歧 Conflict
is serious disagreement and argument about something important. If two people or groups are in conflict
, they have had a serious disagreement or argument and have not yet reached agreement. 争执;争论;分歧
Try to keep any conflict between you and your ex-partner to a minimum.
Employees already are in conflict with management over job cuts.
The two companies came into conflict.
2 N-UNCOUNT 矛盾心理；内心冲突 Conflict
is a state of mind in which you find it impossible to make a decision. 矛盾心理；内心冲突
3 N-VAR (军事)冲突;战斗 Conflict
is fighting between countries or groups of people. (军事)冲突;战斗 [journalism, written]
4 N-VAR (信仰、观念或利益之间的)严重分歧，冲突
is a serious difference between two or more beliefs, ideas, or interests. If two beliefs, ideas, or interests are in conflict
, they are very different. (信仰、观念或利益之间的)严重分歧，冲突
There is a conflict between what they are doing and what you want. [+ between]
Do you feel any conflict of loyalties?. [+ of]
The two objectives are in conflict.
5 V-RECIP (想法、信仰或陈述)冲突，抵触，相互矛盾
If ideas, beliefs, or accounts conflict
, they are very different from each other and it seems impossible for them to exist together or to each be true. (想法、信仰或陈述)冲突，抵触，相互矛盾
Personal ethics and professional ethics sometimes conflict. [VERB]
He held firm opinions which usually conflicted with my own. [VERB + with]
There are conflicting reports about the identity of the hostage. [VERB-ing]
...three powers with conflicting interests. [VERB-ing]
Word PartnershipWord Link
|Word Partnership||Use conflict with:|
conflict resolution, source of conflict 1
end/resolve/settle a conflict 1 3
avoid conflict 1 3 4
military conflict 3
|Word Link||flict ≈ striking : affliction, conflict, inflict|
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