Word: cross

Category: cross

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Related words: cross

blue cross, the cross, blue shield, red cross, cross country, holy cross, american red cross, blue cross anthem, anthem, cross stitch, alex cross, upside down cross, crossfit, joe cross, cross body bags, cross fit, cross necklace, cross symbol, cross eyed

Synonyms: cross

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: cross

spanish
atravesar, cruz, cruzar


german
verdrießlich, flankenball, durchkreuzen, kreuzen, kreuzung, ...

french
hybrider, traversons, repasser, cruciale, mauvais, ...

italian
croce, accavallare, attraversare, incrociare, trasversale

portuguese
cruzar, atravessar, cruz

dutch
kruisen, kruising, kruis

russian
перекрестный, перечеркнуть, скрещивать, скрещиваться, переправляться, ...

norwegian
krysse, kryss, kors

swedish
kryss, hybrid, korsa, övergå, kors

finnish
hybridisointi, äksy, sivuta, risteyttäminen, pilata, ...

danish
kors, kryds

czech
křížení, křižování, přejít, rozzlobený, křížit, ...

polish
przekraczać, przekrojowy, krzyżowy, krzyżakowy, krzyżyk, ...

hungarian
diagonális, kereszténység, keresztezés, kereszt, bosszúság, ...

turkish
çaprazlamak, haç, çarmıh

greek
σταυρός, γέμισμα, διασχίζω

ukrainian
переходити, християнство, перетнути, хрест

albanian
kryq

bulgarian
хибрид

estonian
ristsööt, ristama, rist

croatian
ukrštanje, ljutit, prekrižiti, poprečnih

icelandic
argur, skerast, kross

latin
crux

lithuanian
kryžius

latvian
krustojums, krustiņš

macedonian
крстот

romanian
traversa, cruce, hibrid

slovenian
križ

slovak
prekročiť

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The meaning and "use of": cross

adjective
  • annoyed.

noun
  • a mark, object, or figure formed by two short intersecting lines or pieces (+ or ×).
  • an upright post with a transverse bar, as used in antiquity for crucifixion.
  • an animal or plant resulting from crossbreeding; a hybrid.

verb
  • go or extend across or to the other side of (a path, road, stretch of water, or area).
  • pass in an opposite or different direction; intersect.
  • draw a line or lines across; mark with a cross.
  • (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.
  • oppose or stand in the way of (someone).

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