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Meaning of "cross" in Essential English Dictionary

cross

verb   /krɒs/
A2 to go from one side of something to the other side: This is not a good place to cross the road.
cross someone’s mind If an idea crosses your mind, you think about it for a short time.
If two lines, roads, etc. cross, they go over or across each other.
cross your arms/fingers/legs to put one of your arms, fingers, or legs over the top of the other
(Definition of cross verb from the Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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