[verb kraws-feyd, kros-; noun kraws-feyd, kros-]Movies, Television.
verb (used with object), cross-fad·ed, cross-fad·ing.
to fade out (an image or sound) while simultaneously fading in a different image or sound.
an act or instance of cross-fading.
Origin of cross-fade
First recorded in 1935–40
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radio television to fade in (one sound or picture source) as another is being faded out
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