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cross

verb
 
 
/krɒs/
FROM ONE SIDE TO ANOTHER [I, T] A2 to go from one side of something to the other side
geçmek, karşıdan karşıya geçmek
It's not a good place to cross the road.Crossing and moving through
LINE/BORDER [I, T] A2 to travel over a border or line into a different area, country, etc
ülkeler arası seyahat etmek
They crossed from Albania into Greece.Crossing and moving through
MEET AND GO ACROSS [I, T] If two lines, roads, etc cross, they go over or across each other.
(yollar) kesişmek
Describing angles, lines and orientations
cross your arms/fingers/legs to put one of your arms, fingers, or legs over the top of the other
kol/bacak/parmak çatmak, üst üste atmak, çaprazlama tutmak
Gestures with the hands or arms
cross yourself to touch your head, chest, and both shoulders as a sign to God
istavroz/haç çıkarmak
Religious practices
ANIMAL/PLANT [T] to mix two breeds of animal or plant to produce a new breed
melezleştirmek, melez bir ırk elde etmek
Breeds and breedingAnimal reproduction
MAKE SOMEONE ANGRY [T] to make someone angry by refusing to do what they want you to do
kızdırmak, söyleneni yapmayarak birini üzmek/kızdırmak
→  See also I'll/We'll cross that bridge when I/we come to it. , criss-cross , double-cross , keep your fingers crossed , cross your mind Causing feelings of anger and displeasure
(Definition of cross verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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