: a first-generation hybrid between two selected and usually inbred lines — compare double crosssense 2
Examples of single cross in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebJetBlue won’t disclose what percentage of its total annual emissions that equals, but a single cross-country flight on an Airbus 321 produces roughly 500,000 pounds of carbon dioxide.
Natasha Frost, Quartz, 15 Jan. 2020 Ronaldo led Portugal with three goals and two assists, while going one-on-one only 11 times and sending in a single cross in 625 minutes.
Paul Carr, SI.com, 12 June 2018
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