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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: An upright post with a transverse piece near the top, on which condemned persons were executed in ancient times.
- noun: The upright post with a transverse piece upon which Jesus was crucified.
- noun: A crucifix.
- noun: Any of various modifications of the cross design, such as a Latin cross or Maltese cross.
- noun: A medal, emblem, or insignia in the form of a cross.
- noun: The Christian religion; Christianity.
- noun: In Christianity, a sign made by tracing the outline of a cross with the right hand upon the forehead and chest as a devotional act.
- noun: A trial, affliction, or frustration. See Synonyms at
- noun: A mark or pattern formed by the intersection of two lines, especially such a mark (X) used as a signature.
- noun: A movement from one place to another, as on a stage; a crossing.
- noun: A pipe fitting with four branches in upright and transverse form, used as a junction for intersecting pipes.
- noun: Biology A plant or animal produced by crossbreeding; a hybrid.
- noun: Biology The process of crossbreeding; hybridization.
- noun: One that combines the qualities of two other things: a novel that is a cross between romance and satire.
- noun: Sports A hook thrown over an opponent's punch in boxing.
- noun: Law An act or instance of cross-examining; a cross-examination.
- noun: The Southern Cross.
- noun: Slang A contest whose outcome has been dishonestly prearranged.
- verb-transitive: To go or extend across; pass from one side of to the other: crossed the room to greet us; a bridge that crosses the bay.
- verb-transitive: To carry or conduct across something: crossed the horses at the ford.
- verb-transitive: To extend or pass through or over; intersect: Elm Street crosses Oak Street.
- verb-transitive: To delete or eliminate by or as if by drawing a line through: crossed tasks off her list as she did them.
- verb-transitive: To make or put a line across: Cross your t's.
- verb-transitive: To place crosswise one over the other: cross one's legs.
- verb-transitive: To make the sign of the cross upon or over as a sign of devotion.
- verb-transitive: To encounter in passing: His path crossed mine.
- verb-transitive: To combine the qualities of two things: a movie that crosses horror with humor.
- verb-transitive: Informal To interfere with; thwart or obstruct: Don't cross me.
- verb-transitive: To betray or deceive; double-cross. Often used with up.
- verb-transitive: Biology To crossbreed or cross-fertilize (plants or animals).
- verb-intransitive: To lie or pass across each other; intersect.
- verb-intransitive: To move or extend from one side to another: crossed through Canada en route to Alaska.
- verb-intransitive: To make a crossing: crossed into Germany from Switzerland.
- verb-intransitive: To meet in passing; come into conjunction: Their paths crossed at the health club.
- verb-intransitive: To move or be conveyed in opposite directions at the same time: Our letters must have crossed in the mail.
- verb-intransitive: Biology To crossbreed or cross-fertilize.
- adjective: Lying or passing crosswise; intersecting: a cross street.
- adjective: Contrary or counter; opposing.
- adjective: Showing ill humor; annoyed.
- adjective: Involving interchange; reciprocal.
- adjective: Crossbred; hybrid.
- adverb: Crosswise.
- preposition: Across.
- phrasal-verb: cross over To change from one condition or loyalty to another.
- phrasal-verb: cross over Genetics To exchange genetic material. Used of homologous chromosomes.
- phrasal-verb: cross up To ruin completely: Their lack of cooperation crossed up the whole project.
- idiom: cross (one's) mind To come to know; realize: It crossed my mind that you might want to leave early.
- idiom: cross (someone's) palm To pay, tip, or bribe.
- idiom: cross swords To quarrel or fight.