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recross

/ riːˈkrɒs /

verb

  1. to move or go across (something) again

    recross the river at the Ponte Solferino



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Example Sentences

The professionals in the 'Quickstep' were the first over the line, but it was before the gun fired, and they had to recross it.

Being in an unfit state to receive them, with few arms and no ammunition, my brother determined to recross the frontier.

Adopting a desultory system of warfare, he obliged them to recross the Apure, having lost half their original numbers.

It led us to recross the ravine, with its most luxuriant growth of trees, bushes, and weeds.

When the missionary reached the river side, to recross in his canoe, he found Kenton awaiting him, paddle in hand.

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