cross

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  • Cross hands - face and give left to left and right to right.
  • Most of the cross-border lines are currently closed due to political problems.
  • Thus their activities may easily cross legal lines if they are not especially careful.
  • The county is crossed by a series of east-to-west mountains.
  • The ford was most likely located where the main road crossed the river.
  • They had however been killed in the cross-fire.
  • Crossing the country by train took four or five days, as it still does by car.
  • On that day they finally reached land, but were too far south to begin the crossing.
  • Another border crossing to the south may have been opened earlier.
  • Only one of them, however, has crossed the line to murder.
  • It was a simple stone marked with a cross.
  • They were as white as newly fallen snow, with a large blood red cross in the middle. Cited from Olaf the Glorious, by Robert Leighton
  • The bridge was the first to cross any railway at an angle.
  • This track crossing is the site of the only train station along the trail's length.
  • The actual crossing is the final step of the journey, which is then complete.
  • It opened the design of the crossing to public competition.
  • The man's left arm is crossed over his body and his right is out of the picture.
  • Because it crosses so many lakes, the water system frequently changes its name.
  • This cross-section may vary along the length of the boat.
  • Since that time, the main crossing is only allowed to operate on certain hours of the day.
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Meaning of cross

  • noun A wooden structure consisting of an upright post with a transverse piece
  • noun A representation of the structure on which jesus was crucified; used as an emblem of christianity or in heraldry
  • noun Any affliction that causes great suffering
    that is his cross to bear, he bears his afflictions like a crown of thorns
  • verb Fold so as to resemble a cross
    she crossed her legs
  • verb To cover or extend over an area or time period
    Rivers traverse the valley floor", "The parking lot spans 3 acres, The novel spans three centuries
  • verb Meet and pass
    the trains crossed
  • verb Trace a line through or across
    cross your `t'