Word:

cross

cross

cruz, atravesar, cruce, cruzar, enfadado, contrariar, cruzarse, enojado, híbrido, santiguarse, pasar, traspasar
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cross

adjective

angry, annoyed

adjective

mildly angry

adjective

opposite to

adjective

opposite, opposed to

adjective

transverse or Transverse; lying across the main direction

noun

biology: animal or plant produced by crossbreeding or cross-fertilization

noun

cross on which Christ was crucified

noun

'definite: the cross on which Christ was crucified'

noun

figuratively: difficult situation

noun

football kick

noun

geometrical figure

noun

gesture made by Christians

noun

in heraldry

noun

production of cross-breeding or -fertilization

noun

wooden post with a perpendicular beam, used for crucifixion

preposition

cross product of

verb

biology: to cross-fertilize or crossbreed

verb

contradict or frustrate the plans of

verb

go from one side of something to the other

verb

in cricket

verb

make the sign of the cross over oneself

verb

mark with an X

verb

to cross-fertilize or crossbreed

verb

travel in a direction or path that will intersect with that another

Browse
criticize
Croak
croaking ground-dove
Croat
Croatia
Croatian
crochet
crockery
crocodile
crocus
croissant
crook
crooked
crop
croquet
croquette
-- cross --
cross out
cross-country
crosscut ribs
cross-eyed
crossing
crossroads
cross-section
crosswalk
Crossword
crotchet
crouch
crouch down
croup
crow
Crowbar
crowd
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