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See also: crossover and cross-over

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EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

cross + over

AdjectiveEdit

cross over (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of crossover

VerbEdit

cross over (third-person singular simple present crosses over, present participle crossing over, simple past and past participle crossed over)

  1. (transitive and intransitive) To pass from one side or area, physical or abstract, to another.
    To reach the other bank of the river, we tried crossing over on a log.
    Not many actors are so easily able to cross over from television to film.

Etymology 2Edit

From the belief that the soul of the dead crosses over a river (as the Jordan or Styx) when one dies

VerbEdit

cross over (third-person singular simple present crosses over, present participle crossing over, simple past and past participle crossed over)

  1. (euphemistic) To die.
    Sarah's grandmother crossed over last night.
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