cross-

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See also: cross, Cross, and crôs

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English cros-, crosse- (relating to a cross, forming a cross, in the shape of a cross or x), from the noun (see cross) and also from across.

Prefix[edit]

cross-

  1. Expressing mutuality or exchange; switch.
  2. across.
  3. Indicating applicability to several domains that are usually separate (as in crossclass, crosslinguistic, cross-platform).

Synonyms[edit]

  • x- (abbreviation)

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