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Turkish translation of “cross”

cross

noun
 
 
/krɒs/
WOOD [C] B1 two pieces of wood that cross each other, on which people were left to die as a punishment in the past
çarmıh
Death penalties
SYMBOL [C] B1 an object in the shape of a cross, used as a symbol of the Christian religion
haç, Hıristiyanlıkta dini simge
Specific signs and symbolsSigns, signals and symbolsThe Bible - people, events and places
MARK [C] A1 a written mark (x), used for showing where something is, or that something that has been written is wrong
çarpı işareti
PunctuationSpecific signs and symbolsSigns, signals and symbols
a cross between sth and sth a mixture of two different things or people
bir şeyle/biriyle birşeyin/birinin karışımı, melez, kırma
The dog is a cross between a terrier and a rottweiler.Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
SPORT [C] when someone kicks or hits the ball across the field in sport, especially football
futbolda sahanın bir ucundan öbür ucuna uzun bir vuruş
General terms used in ball sports
(Definition of cross noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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