Examples of crossing in a Sentence
Stop at the railroad crossing.
a crossing for ferry boats
the crossing of a mountain range
a weeklong crossing of the Atlantic Ocean
Recent Examples of crossing from the Web
The crossing sits along a 900-kilometer (560-mile) trade route linking Jordan’s capital, Amman, and Iraq’s capital, Baghdad.
The layer of algae and floating water primrose in the foreground is tracked with the thin, criss-crossing trails of alligators.
Riley said there were no gates or warning bells at the crossing.
According to the report, Engels was traveling north County Road J-14 and approaching a blind intersection with the New York Central tracks when the train reached the crossing a few seconds before his auto. —
Thousands of people have crossed over in to Canada from an irregular crossing near the Champlain-Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle border in hopes of finding residency in Canada.
The eclipse passed through Zimbabwe’s border with Mozambique, exactly at the legal crossing point near the town of Nyamapanda.
Abreu befriends the museum guard, whose backyard is a popular crossing point for monkeys.
The Pentagon’s division that runs the military commissions will pay the Navy base $300 for each crossing, according to an official with knowledge of the deal.
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First Known Use of crossing
CROSSING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crossing for English Language Learners
: a place where two things (such as a street and a railroad track) cross each other
: a place where you can cross a street, stream, etc.
: the act of going across something
CROSSING Defined for Kids
Definition of crossing for Students
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