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cross /krɒs $ krɒːs/ verb
cross adjective [usually before noun]
cross- /krɒs $ krɒːs/ prefix


متقاطع ، عرضی ، عبور کردن ، تقاطع کردن ، برخورد کردن قطع کردن یک مسیر ، صلیب ، خاج ، چلیپا ، علامت ضربدر یاباضافه ، حدوسط ، ممزوج ، اختلاف ، مرافعه ، تقلب ، نادرستی ، قلم کشیدن بروی ، خط بطلان کشیدن بر (با outیا(off ، گذشتن ، عبوردادن ، مصادف شدن با ، روبروشدن ، قطع کردن ، دورگه کردن) مثل قاطر) ، پیوندزدن ، کج خلقی کردن ، خلاف میل کسی رفتار کردن ، علوم مهندسی: متقاطع کردن ، الکترونیک: تقاطع ، قانون ـ فقه: صلیب ، پیوندی ، ورزش: سانتر کردن ، ضربه هوک پس از ضربه حریف ، علوم نظامی: حرکت سمتی
الکترونیک: صلیب ، فقهی: عرضی ، متقاطع ، قطع کردن ، متقاطع کردن ، علوم مهندسی: متقاطع ، عرضی ، پیوندی ، حقوق: سانتر کردن ، فوتبال : ، ضربه هوک پس از ضربه حریف ، بوکس : صلیب ، ژیمناستیک ، : ورزشی: عبور کردن ، تقاطع کردن ، برخورد کردن قطع کردن یک مسیر ، حرکت سمتی ، توپخانه ، : علوم نظامی: تقاطع ، الکترونیک: صلیب ، خاج ، چلیپا، علامت ضربدر یاباضافه ، حدوسط، ممزوج ، دورگه ، اختلاف ، مرافعه ، تقلب ، نادرستی ، قلم کشیدن بروی ، خط بطلان کشیدن بر(با outیا)off، گذشتن ، عبوردادن ، مصادف شدن با، روبروشدن ، قطع کردن ، دورگه کردن(مثل قاطر)، پیوندزدن ، کج خلقی کردن ، خلاف میل کسی رفتار کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

cross
[verb]
Synonyms:
- go across, bridge, cut across, extend over, move across, pass over, span, traverse
- intersect, crisscross, intertwine
- oppose, block, impede, interfere, obstruct, resist
- interbreed, blend, crossbreed, cross-fertilize, cross-pollinate, hybridize, intercross, mix, mongrelize
[noun]
Synonyms:
- crucifix, rood
- crossroads, crossing, intersection, junction
- mixture, amalgam, blend, combination
- trouble, affliction, burden, grief, load, misfortune, trial, tribulation, woe, worry
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- angry, annoyed, grumpy, ill-tempered, in a bad mood, irascible, put out, short
- transverse, crosswise, diagonal, intersecting, oblique
Related Idioms: a cross to bear, bite the hand that feeds one, stab in the back, lie (or be) athwart, cross as a bear
Related Words: mongrelize, captious, carping, caviling, faultfinding
English Thesaurus: angry, mad, cross, annoyed, irritated, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. cross1 S2 W2 /krɒs $ krɒːs/ verb

1. GO FROM ONE SIDE TO ANOTHER [intransitive and transitive] to go or stretch from one side of something such as a road, river, room etc to the other
cross to
He crossed to the window.
cross (over) the road/street/river etc
It’s easy to have an accident just crossing the road.
He was hit by a car when he tried to cross over the road near Euston station.
cross the Atlantic/the Channel etc
the first steamship to cross the Atlantic
An old bridge crosses the river.
cross over
She crossed over to sit beside Dot.

2. CROSS A LINE ETC [transitive] if you cross a line, track etc, you go over and beyond it:
He raised his arms in triumph as he crossed the line for his 100-metres win.

3. TWO ROADS/LINES ETC [intransitive and transitive] if two or more roads, lines, etc cross, or if one crosses another, they go across each other:
The by-pass crosses Wilton Lane shortly after a roundabout.

4. LEGS/ARMS/ANKLES [transitive] if you cross your legs, arms, or ankles, you put one on top of the other:
She was sitting on the floor with her legs crossed.

5. cross sb’s mind [usually in negatives] if you say that an idea, thought etc never crossed your mind, you mean that you did not think of it Synonym : occur to somebody:
It didn’t cross her mind that she might be doing something illegal.
the thought has (never) crossed my mind (=used to tell someone you have thought of the thing they are suggesting, or have never thought of it)

6. cross sb’s face written if an expression crosses someone’s face, it appears on their face:
A look of surprise crossed her face.

7. cross your fingers used to say that you hope something will happen in the way you want:
She hung the washing out, then crossed her fingers for a dry day.
The exam’s at two. Will you keep your fingers crossed for me?

8. BREED OF PLANT/ANIMAL [transitive] to mix two or more different breeds of animal or plant to form a new breed ⇒ crossbreed:
a flower produced by crossing several different varieties
cross something with something
These cattle were crossed with a breed from the highlands.

9. sb’s paths cross (also cross paths) if two people’s paths cross, or if they cross paths, they meet, usually without expecting it:
If our paths crossed I usually ignored her.
We didn’t cross paths again until 2001.

10. cross that bridge when you come to it used to say that you will not think or worry about something until it actually happens

11. cross my heart (and hope to die) spoken informal used to say that you promise that you will do something, or that what you are saying is true

12. MAKE SOMEBODY ANGRY [transitive] to make someone angry by opposing their plans or orders:
He hated anyone who crossed him.

13. SPORT [intransitive and transitive] to kick, throw, or hit the ball across the playing area in a sport such as football, hockey etc

14. CHEQUE [transitive] British English to draw two lines across a cheque to show that it must be paid into the bank account of the person whose name is on it

15. LETTERS [intransitive] if two letters about the same subject cross in the post, each was sent before the other was received

16. cross swords (with somebody) to argue with someone:
I’ve crossed swords with him on a number of issues.

17. cross yourself to move your hand across your upper body in the shape of a cross as a sign of the Christian faith

18. cross sb’s palm with silver especially British English to give money to someone when you want them to tell your fortune
dot the i’s and cross the t’s at dot2(4), ⇒ cross the Rubicon at Rubicon
cross over phrasal verb

1. if an entertainer crosses over from one area of entertainment to another, they become successful in the second one as well as the first ⇒ crossover(2)

2. British English old use to die

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. cross2 S3 W3 noun [countable]
[Date: 900-1000; Language: Old Norse; Origin: kross, from an unrecorded Old Irish cross, from Latin crux]

1. MIXTURE OF THINGS a mixture of two things, breeds, or qualities
cross between
The tour manager’s role is a cross between hostess and courier.
Their dog is a cross between two well-known breeds.

2. MARK ON PAPER especially British English
a) a mark (x or +) used on paper, to represent where something is, or where something should be:
I’ve put a cross on the map to mark where our street is.
Please sign your name by the cross.
b) a mark (x) used on paper to show that something that has been written or printed is not correct:
My homework got a lot more ticks than crosses.
c) a mark (x or +) used by someone who cannot write, in order to sign their name

3.
CHRISTIAN SIGN
a) the cross the cross that Jesus Christ died on:
Christians believe that Jesus died on the cross for our sins.
b) an object, picture, or mark in the shape of a cross, used as a sign of the Christian faith or for decoration:
Pauline wore a tiny gold cross.

4. PUNISHMENT an upright post of wood with another crossing it near the top, that people in the past were fastened to with nails and left to die on as a punishment

5. MILITARY AWARD a decoration in the shape of a cross that is given to someone as an honour, especially for military courage:
He was awarded the George Cross.

6. SPORT
a) a kick or hit of the ball in a sport such as football, hockey etc, that goes across the field
b) a way of hitting someone in the sport of boxing, in which your arm goes over theirs as they try to hit you:
He caught his opponent with a right cross to the chin.

7. PROBLEM if you describe something as the cross that someone has to bear, you mean it is a problem that makes them very unhappy or worried, and that continues for a long time:
I feel sorry for you, but we all have our crosses to bear.
the sign of the Cross at sign1(10)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. cross3 S2 adjective [usually before noun] especially British English
angry or annoyed
get/be cross (with somebody)
She gets cross when he goes out drinking.
Sometimes I get very cross with the children.
cross at/about
She was cross at being interrupted.
—crossly adverb

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

cross- /krɒs $ krɒːs/ prefix

1. going from one side to the other:
a cross-Channel ferry (=sailing from Britain to France)

2. going between two things and joining them:
cross-cultural influences

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

cross
adj.
VERBS be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get I'm going to get very cross before long.
make sb It really makes me cross to see people dropping litter in the street.
ADV. extremely, really, very | a bit, quite, rather, slightly
PREP. about Are you still cross about me forgetting the flowers?
at She was very cross at the way she'd been treated.
for, with She was quite cross with him for being late.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

cross
noun
I. mark made by drawing one line across another
VERB + CROSS draw, put I've put a cross on the map to show where the hotel is.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

cross
II. Christian symbol
ADJ. gold, silver, stone, wooden She wore a gold cross on a chain around her neck. The grave was marked with a stone cross.
market, village, wayside
PREP. on the ~ a painting of Jesus Christ on the cross
PHRASES (make) the sign of the cross The priest blessed her, and made the sign of the cross over her.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

cross
III. in football or hockey
ADJ. deep, low, perfect
PREP. ~ by/from a deep cross from Beckham

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

cross
verb
ADV. quickly, slowly | safely, successfully teaching children to cross the road safely
back, over Let's cross over now while the road is clear.
VERB + CROSS try to They were arrested trying to cross the border.
PREP. from, into They crossed from the States into Canada.
over We crossed over the river into Sweden.
to She crossed to the door.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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