criss-crossed

Translations

criss-crossed

[ˈkrɪskrɒst] ADJentrelazado
criss-crossed bysurcado de
References in classic literature ?
But what shocked me more than any signs of physical weakness was that his face was grotesquely criss-crossed with sticking-plaster, and that one large pad of it was fastened over his mouth.
Martell employees criss-crossed the Charente countryside in branded trucks to hand-deliver the invitations.
And crazy platforms with criss-crossed leg straps could have come straight from Christian Grey's "playroom" in the raunchy new film.
Criss-crossed by bridges, 165 canals encircle the city, with Timeout describing Prinsengracht as the most picturesque.
Earthquakes are a daily occurrence in Turkey, which is criss-crossed by geological fault lines.
The once pristine moorlands are criss-crossed with roads and even though the turbines have yet to be built the work associated with providing the infrastructure has already disfigured this once picturesque area.
KATY: From the start she criss-crossed the Atlantic, often missing her husband going the other way.
GRAN Canaria is a great bet as it has some lovely sandy beaches and a mountainous interior, criss-crossed with walking trails.
Iran is criss-crossed by major faultlines and is frequently hit by earthquakes.
The Dodge Caravan criss-crossed the tarmac at Tempelhof Airport, its driver using his line of sight to control the car.
Iran, the world s fourth-largest oil producer, is criss-crossed by faultlines and often experiences earthquakes.
The story goes that a sentry on guard during darkness would suddenly feel a hand finding if his bootlaces were laced over and over, or criss-crossed, as it was then a firm belief that we did the former and the Germans the latter.