Cross - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a marking that consists of lines that cross each other (syn: crisscross, mark)
- a representation of the structure on which Jesus was crucified; used as an emblem of Christianity or in heraldry
- any affliction that causes great suffering
- meet at a point (syn: intersect)
- hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of (syn: baffle, bilk, foil, frustrate, queer, scotch, spoil, thwart)
- fold so as to resemble a cross
- meet and pass
Mendel tried crossbreeding
The teacher marked the absent students on her list with crosses.
Those who could not write signed their names with a cross.
We crossed the state border hours ago.
The dog crossed the street.
The highway crosses the entire state.
He was the first runner to cross the finish line.
The train crosses through France.
Put a nail where the boards cross.
One line crossed the other.
I didn't mean to make you cross.
I was cross with her for being so careless.
The dog was a cross between a collie and a wolfhound.
It was a cross between a laugh and a bark.
The cross roofs were connecting them with the main building.
The wind was cross and very high all these days.
present participle: crossing
past tense: crossed
past participle: crossed
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