cross


cross
m. s.&pl.
1 cross-country race (sport) (carrera).
2 cross-country running, cross-country race.
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[kros]
SM INV
1) (Atletismo) (=deporte) cross-country running; (=carrera) cross-country race
2) (Motociclismo) (=deporte) moto(r)cross; (=carrera) moto(r)cross race
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[kros]
masculino
a) (deporte - en atletismo) cross-country running; (- en motociclismo) motocross
b) (carrera - a pie) cross country, cross-country race; (- en moto) motocross race
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[kros]
masculino
a) (deporte - en atletismo) cross-country running; (- en motociclismo) motocross
b) (carrera - a pie) cross country, cross-country race; (- en moto) motocross race
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cross1
/kros/
masculine
1 (deporte — en atletismo) cross country, cross-country running; (— en motociclismo) motocross, scrambling (BrE)
2 (carrera — a pie) cross country, cross-country race; (— en moto) motocross race
cross2
/kros/
feminine
motocross bike, scrambling bike (BrE)
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cross /kros/ sustantivo masculino
a) (deporte — en atletismo) cross-country running;

(— en motociclismo) motocross
b) (carrera — a pie) cross country, cross-country race;

(— en moto) motocross race
'cross' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
adelantar
- anticipar
- atravesar
- bizca
- bizco
- bizquear
- calentar
- calvario
- campo
- cantero
- cariño
- corte
- cruce
- cruzar
- crucero
- cruz
- cruzada
- cruzado
- cruzarse
- cuestación
- ser
- esquí
- fondo
- formón
- franquear
- magín
- molesta
- molesto
- mosqueada
- mosqueado
- ojo
- pasar
- perfil
- persignarse
- por
- precaución
- rebote
- reventar
- salvar
- santiguarse
- sección
- surcar
- tachar
- transversal
- traspasar
- vía crucis
- aspa
- bies
- cabeza
- centrar
English:
bridge
- cross
- cross off
- cross out
- cross-country
- cross-examine
- cross-eyed
- cross-legged
- cross-reference
- cross-section
- cross-stitch
- double-cross
- form
- hold on
- path
- picket-line
- see
- Southern Cross
- square
- unsafe
- against
- bar
- cut
- double
- finger
- get
- pass
- red
- shape
- span
- squint
- two
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cross [kros] nm inv
Dep
1. [carrera] cross-country race
2. [deporte] cross-country (running)
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cross
m DEP cross-country (running); con motocicletas motocross

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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