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cross-refer

[ kraws-ri-fur, kros- ]
/ ˌkrɔs rɪˈfɜr, ˌkrɒs- /
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verb (used with or without object), cross-re·ferred, cross-re·fer·ring.
to refer by a cross reference.
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Origin of cross-refer

First recorded in 1905–10
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British Dictionary definitions for cross-refer

cross-refer

verb
to refer from one part of something, esp a book, to another
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