cross something out Meaning in Cambridge Essential English Dictionary
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cross something out

phrasal verb with cross
 
/krɒs/ verb
to draw a line through something that you have written, usually because it is wrong: Cross out that last sentence.
Translations of “cross something out”
in Korean 선을 그어 지우다…
in Arabic يَحذِف…
in Portuguese riscar algo, cruzar algo…
in Catalan passar ratlla a ac…
in Japanese ~に線を引いて消す…
in Italian depennare qualcosa, tirare una riga su qualcosa…
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