recross

Related to recross: Red Cross

recross

(riːˈkrɒs)
vb (tr)
to move or go across (something) again: recross the river at the Ponte Solferino.

recross


Past participle: recrossed
Gerund: recrossing

Imperative
recross
recross
Present
I recross
you recross
he/she/it recrosses
we recross
you recross
they recross
Preterite
I recrossed
you recrossed
he/she/it recrossed
we recrossed
you recrossed
they recrossed
Present Continuous
I am recrossing
you are recrossing
he/she/it is recrossing
we are recrossing
you are recrossing
they are recrossing
Present Perfect
I have recrossed
you have recrossed
he/she/it has recrossed
we have recrossed
you have recrossed
they have recrossed
Past Continuous
I was recrossing
you were recrossing
he/she/it was recrossing
we were recrossing
you were recrossing
they were recrossing
Past Perfect
I had recrossed
you had recrossed
he/she/it had recrossed
we had recrossed
you had recrossed
they had recrossed
Future
I will recross
you will recross
he/she/it will recross
we will recross
you will recross
they will recross
Future Perfect
I will have recrossed
you will have recrossed
he/she/it will have recrossed
we will have recrossed
you will have recrossed
they will have recrossed
Future Continuous
I will be recrossing
you will be recrossing
he/she/it will be recrossing
we will be recrossing
you will be recrossing
they will be recrossing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recrossing
you have been recrossing
he/she/it has been recrossing
we have been recrossing
you have been recrossing
they have been recrossing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recrossing
you will have been recrossing
he/she/it will have been recrossing
we will have been recrossing
you will have been recrossing
they will have been recrossing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recrossing
you had been recrossing
he/she/it had been recrossing
we had been recrossing
you had been recrossing
they had been recrossing
Conditional
I would recross
you would recross
he/she/it would recross
we would recross
you would recross
they would recross
Past Conditional
I would have recrossed
you would have recrossed
he/she/it would have recrossed
we would have recrossed
you would have recrossed
they would have recrossed
Translations

recross

[ˈriːˈkrɒs] VT & VIvolver a cruzar
References in classic literature ?
Quickly, then, for I see some of the natives getting ready to recross the river.
Often he had to cross and recross the rushing torrent, as it wound foaming and roaring down its broken channel, or was walled by perpendicular precipices; and imminent was the hazard of breaking the legs of the horses in the clefts and fissures of slippery rocks.
Also, as we are masters of Ulm, we cannot be deprived of the advantage of commanding both sides of the Danube, so that should the enemy not cross the Lech, we can cross the Danube, throw ourselves on his line of communications, recross the river lower down, and frustrate his intention should he try to direct his whole force against our faithful ally.
The yachts are toys, their owner a fresh-water mariner, they can cross and recross a pond only while the stick-boat goes to sea.
On leaving the Growleywogs General Guph had to recross the Ripple Lands, and he did not find it a pleasant thing to do.
They had swum across the Tweed, and, in case of attack, were to recross it in the same manner, giving the alarm; but as there was no post at that spot, and as Lambert's soldiers were not so prompt at taking to the water as Monk's were, the latter appeared not to have much uneasiness on that side.
The reach of activities can be gauged by the fact that in 1805, he raided and plundered the holy city of Gokul in Mathura, crossed into Rohilkhand looting the town of Kashipur, and after an active pursuit and defeat by General Smith, headed south to recross the Ganges to reach Rajasthan.
For a return loop that adds seventh-tenths of a mile, much of it through an old-growth forest, recross both bridges and turn right on the North Loop.
Counsel should also confirm whether questions from jurors posed at the conclusion of a witness's examination will reopen re-direct and recross examination of the witness depending on the testimony elicited by the juror's question.
We have actually turned the traditional obstacle of the bloodbrain barrier to our advantage - the fact that the drugs cannot recross the barrier, with regards to treating brain tumours means we can administer far greater doses of effective drugs, without causing the toxic side-effects of traditional chemotherapy, such as hair and weight loss and nausea.
The fact that the drugs cannot recross the barrier means we can administer far greater doses of effective drugs for brain tumours, without causing the toxic side-effects of traditional chemotherapy.