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She wanted to be sure the children had crossed the road safely.
Wait until there is no traffic and it’s safe to cross.
A tall woman was crossing the office towards me.
He crossed to the window and closed the curtains.
It was dark when we crossed the French border.
Refugees had been crossing into Albania all day.
Meet me at the point where the two paths cross.
a domestic dog crossed with a wolf
He crossed his arms and stood in the doorway looking hostile.
There is a line between joking and being offensive, and this man crossed that line.
She looked at me sadly, and I knew I had crossed the line.
I’m going to see if the car starts; keep your fingers crossed!
‘I won’t tell – cross my heart!’
It suddenly crossed his mind that maybe Stephanie had been right.
This is the British English definition of cross. View American English definition of cross.