cross-over

  • n. 交叉;[电] 跨接;叠领形
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cross-over (n.)
also crossover, 1795, as a noun, a term in textiles, from the verbal phrase; see cross (v.) + over (adv.). From 1884 in railroading; from 1912 in biology. As a general adjective from 1893; specifically of musicians and genres from 1971.
1. If you ever cross him, forget it, you're finished.
如果你曾经和他作对过,就别想了,你没戏了。

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2. I've never seen him get cross or lose his temper.
我从未见过他生气或者发火。

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3. Don't try and double-cross me, Taylor, because I'll kill you.
别跟我耍花招,泰勒,要不我会杀了你。

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4. Jane blocked Cross's vision and he could see nothing.
简挡住了克罗斯的视线,他什么也看不见。

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5. The stock market is convinced more cross-border deals will take place.
股市相信跨境交易会越来越多。

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