Go or extend across or to the other side of (a path, road, stretch of water, or area)
he has crossed the Atlantic twice
two paths crossed the field
a shadow of apprehension crossed her face
we crossed over the bridge
Go across or climb over (an obstacle or boundary)
he attempted to cross the border into Jordan
we crossed over a fence
(esp. of an artist or an artistic style or work) Begin to appeal to a different audience, esp. a wider one
a talented animator who crossed over to live action
Pass in an opposite or different direction; intersect
the two lines cross at 90°
Cause (two things) to intersect
cross the cables in opposing directions
Place (something) crosswise
Michele sat back and crossed her arms
(of a letter) Be sent before receipt of another from the person being written to
our letters crossed
Draw a line or lines across; mark with a cross
cross the t's
Mark or annotate (a check), typically by drawing a pair of parallel lines across it, to indicate that it must be paid into a named bank account
Delete a name or item on a list as being no longer required or involved
Liz crossed off the days on the calendar
Delete an incorrect or inapplicable word or phrase by drawing a line through it
(of a person) Make the sign of the cross in front of one's chest as a sign of Christian reverence or to invoke divine protection
Pass (the ball) across the field toward the center when attacking
Cause (an animal of one species, breed, or variety) to interbreed with one of another species, breed, or variety
many animals of the breed were crossed with the closely related Guernsey
he behaved like an old regular officer crossed with a mathematician
Cross-fertilize (a plant)
a hybrid tea was crossed with a polyantha rose
Oppose or stand in the way of (someone)
no one dared cross him
A mark, object, or figure formed by two short intersecting lines or pieces (+ or ×)
cut a cross in the bark with a sharp knife
A mark of this type (×) made to represent a signature by a person who cannot write
A mark of this type (×) used to show that something is incorrect or unsatisfactory
An upright post with a transverse bar, as used in antiquity for crucifixion
The cross on which Jesus was crucified
This, or a representation of it, as an emblem of Christianity
she wore a cross around her neck
A thing that is unavoidable and has to be endured
she's just a cross we have to bear
A staff surmounted by a cross carried in religious processions
A cross-shaped decoration awarded for personal valor or indicating rank in some orders of knighthood
the Military Cross
The constellation Southern Cross
An animal or plant resulting from crossbreeding; a hybrid
a Devon and Holstein cross
A mixture or compromise of two things
the system is a cross between a monorail and a conventional railroad
A sideways or transverse movement or pass, in particular
A pass of the ball across the field toward the center close to one's opponents' goal
A blow delivered across and over the opponent's lead
a right cross
a wooden structure consisting of an upright post with a transverse piece
cross(a): extending or lying across; in a crosswise direction; at right angles to the long axis; "cross members should be all steel"; "from the transverse hall the stairway ascends gracefully"; "transversal vibrations"; "transverse colon"
traverse: travel across or pass over; "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"
crabbed: annoyed and irritable
crisscross: a marking that consists of lines that cross each other
intersect: meet at a point
In boxing, a cross (also commonly called a "straight") is a power-punch like the uppercut and hook. Compubox, a computerized punch scoring system, counts the cross as a power-punch.
A cross is the decoration located at the highest level of a crown on top of the monde. Its usage traditionally symbolised the Christian nature of the monarchy of that country, though not all crowns even in monarchies associated with Christianity used a cross as its top decoration, with some ...
Crucifixion is an ancient method of painful execution in which the condemned person is tied or nailed to a large wooden cross (of various shapes) and left to hang until dead. ...
In football, a cross is a delivery of a ball from either side of the field across to the front of the goal by applying various kicking techniques. A cross is there to provide a goal-scoring opportunity. ...
†, alternatively known as Cross, is the debut album of the French electro house duo Justice, released on June 11, 2007. It was certified as Silver in the UK March 13, 2009 for sales of 60,000 copies.
Cross is James Patterson's twelfth book featuring his most famous character, Alex Cross.
A geometrical figure consisting of two straight lines or bars intersecting each other such that at least one of them is bisected by the other; Any geometric figure having this or a similar shape, such as a cross of Lorraine or a Maltese cross; A wooden post with a perpendicular beam attached ...
A topographic surname for someone who lived near a stone cross on a road
(crosses) problems, causing trials
(Crosses) Church lands within a liberty, exempt from the jurisdiction of the lord of the liberty, and administered by a royal sheriff.
(Crosses) Pairs of currency, such as EUR/USD or USD/CAD.
A trade that occurs when two accounts within the same Participating Organization/Member wish to buy and sell the same security at an agreed price and volume. With some approved exceptions, crosses can only occur within the current bid and ask for the stock.
T shaped wooden tool used to remove paper from ropes in a drying loft.
Christian symbol of the resurrection; religious finding that takes dozens of forms, plain or decorated, from the common Latin Cross to the Greek and Byzantine Crosses; called a crucifix if it includes the crucified Figure of Christ.
To dream of seeing a cross, indicates trouble ahead for you. Shape your affairs accordingly. To dream of seeing a person bearing a cross, you will be called on by missionaries to aid in charities.
Abbreviated X, it is a move from one place to another on stage.
a breeding of one variety of grape with another to obtain a more desirable offspring. The "noble" Cabernet-Sauvignon was crossed with the "common" Carignane to arrive at the Ruby Cabernet grape, a cross intended to produce a variety capable of surviving the hot climes of the Central Valley well ...
another word for center.
often depicted as a Cross of Sacrifice based on the design of British memorial makers in the 1920s and 1930s (see also TYPE) (Example).