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- (UK) IPA: /krɒs/, SAMPA: /krQs/ (also, especially formerly IPA: /krɔːs/, SAMPA: /krO:s/)
- (US) enPR: kräs, IPA: /krɑs/, SAMPA: /krAs/
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- (transitive) If you cross something, you go from one side of it to the other side.
- Don't cross the street until the light turns green.
- We can cross the river at the bridge, or we can get wet.
- (transitive) If you cross something, you put one part over another perpendicularly.
- She crossed her ankles: she put one foot on the other side of the other foot.
- (transitive) If you cross someone, you do something that the person does not like.
- Don't cross me. Make sure to agree with me.
- (intransitive) If you cross, you go in a path that will intersect with someone else's path.
- (countable) A cross is a figure made of two straight lines or bars that intersect each other such that at least one of them bisects the other.
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