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Noun
A place where roads or railway lines cross
“The barrier at the railway crossing did not function well and the bell did not ring.”
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A place at which one may safely cross something, especially a street
“One of the worst issues was the crossing on Devon Street.”
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A journey across water in a ship
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“The first successful crossing by ship would not occur until Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen set out in 1903.”
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The act of meeting or coming together at the same point
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A crucial or decisive point or situation
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A shallow place in a river or stream allowing one to walk or drive across
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The process of change from one form to another
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A point in a network or diagram at which lines or pathways intersect or branch
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A combination of different things in which the component elements are individually distinct
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A path or other structured area on which to travel on foot
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Preposition
Lying on, across or over
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Covering or extending over an area
Adjective
Running or lying across
Adjective
Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting opposition
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Having angles or sharp corners
Adverb
Everywhere throughout a given area or region
Verb
Present participle for to move or travel across an area
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“But to get there, you have to cross a treacherous stretch of water called Jack Sound.”
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Present participle for to extend across or over to the other side of an area
“The proposed bridge would cross the Russell Fork river and connect the Virginia and Kentucky sides of the park to each other.”
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Present participle for to cut or divide into parts
“The northeast direct natural gas pipeline would cross the town horizontally and vertically.”
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Present participle for to mix, especially to interbreed or cross-fertilize
“An animal breeder, attempting to cross a llama with an alpaca for finer wool, found that the hybrid offspring rarely lived more than a few weeks.”
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Present participle for to defy or be disloyal to someone
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“Why do you cross the King's command?”
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Present participle for to anger or annoy someone
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“None dared to cross Madeline because of her horrid temper.”
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Present participle for to meet and pass
“On the weekend, Mercury and the sun will cross at the junction point between Aquarius and Pisces.”
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Present participle for to come into one's mind or consciousness
“The idea of traveling to exotic locations did cross me from time to time.”
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Present participle for to move or proceed further along a course
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Present participle for to be unfaithful to one's (sexual) partner
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Present participle for to cause to fail
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Present participle for to move, usually over long distances
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Present participle for to resist or endure (something) successfully
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Present participle for to find a way over or through (an obstacle or difficult route)
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Present participle for to walk at a steady speed, especially without a particular destination and as an expression of anxiety or annoyance
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Present participle for to be victorious over
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Present participle for to fail to conform to a regulation or obligation
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Present participle for to weave or become woven together
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Present participle for to assault, attack
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Present participle for to approach and speak to boldly or aggressively
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Present participle for to mark or check off from a list
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Present participle for to move across or through a given point
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Present participle for to cause to have no value or effect
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Present participle for to celebrate, extol, or proclaim the glory of
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Present participle for to neutralize or cancel by exerting an opposite and equal force
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Present participle for to move or glide through the air
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Present participle for assert something as a position in an argument
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Present participle for to snub and reject an offer or suggestion
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Present participle for to gain an advantage over or deprive of something by using unfair or deceitful methods
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Present participle for to express one's opposition to or disagreement with something
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Present participle for to engage in competition to attain (a position of power)
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Present participle for to harass, annoy, or cause trouble to (someone)
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Present participle for to physically get or pass over something
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