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crossing

[ kraw-sing, kros-ing ]
/ ˈkrɔ sɪŋ, ˈkrɒs ɪŋ /
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noun
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Origin of crossing

1375–1425; late Middle English. See cross, -ing1

OTHER WORDS FROM crossing

sub·cross·ing, noun
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How to use crossing in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for crossing

crossing
/ (ˈkrɒsɪŋ) /

noun
the place where one thing crosses another
a place, often shown by markings, lights, or poles, where a street, railway, etc, may be crossed
the intersection of the nave and transept in a church
the act or instance of travelling across something, esp the sea
the act or process of crossbreeding
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