criss-cross

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criss-cross


Past participle: criss-crossed
Gerund: criss-crossing

Imperative
criss-cross
criss-cross
Present
I criss-cross
you criss-cross
he/she/it criss-crosses
we criss-cross
you criss-cross
they criss-cross
Preterite
I criss-crossed
you criss-crossed
he/she/it criss-crossed
we criss-crossed
you criss-crossed
they criss-crossed
Present Continuous
I am criss-crossing
you are criss-crossing
he/she/it is criss-crossing
we are criss-crossing
you are criss-crossing
they are criss-crossing
Present Perfect
I have criss-crossed
you have criss-crossed
he/she/it has criss-crossed
we have criss-crossed
you have criss-crossed
they have criss-crossed
Past Continuous
I was criss-crossing
you were criss-crossing
he/she/it was criss-crossing
we were criss-crossing
you were criss-crossing
they were criss-crossing
Past Perfect
I had criss-crossed
you had criss-crossed
he/she/it had criss-crossed
we had criss-crossed
you had criss-crossed
they had criss-crossed
Future
I will criss-cross
you will criss-cross
he/she/it will criss-cross
we will criss-cross
you will criss-cross
they will criss-cross
Future Perfect
I will have criss-crossed
you will have criss-crossed
he/she/it will have criss-crossed
we will have criss-crossed
you will have criss-crossed
they will have criss-crossed
Future Continuous
I will be criss-crossing
you will be criss-crossing
he/she/it will be criss-crossing
we will be criss-crossing
you will be criss-crossing
they will be criss-crossing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been criss-crossing
you have been criss-crossing
he/she/it has been criss-crossing
we have been criss-crossing
you have been criss-crossing
they have been criss-crossing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been criss-crossing
you will have been criss-crossing
he/she/it will have been criss-crossing
we will have been criss-crossing
you will have been criss-crossing
they will have been criss-crossing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been criss-crossing
you had been criss-crossing
he/she/it had been criss-crossing
we had been criss-crossing
you had been criss-crossing
they had been criss-crossing
Conditional
I would criss-cross
you would criss-cross
he/she/it would criss-cross
we would criss-cross
you would criss-cross
they would criss-cross
Past Conditional
I would have criss-crossed
you would have criss-crossed
he/she/it would have criss-crossed
we would have criss-crossed
you would have criss-crossed
they would have criss-crossed
Translations

criss-cross

[ˈkrɪskrɒs]
A. ADJentrecruzado
B. N a criss-cross of pathsveredas fpl entrecruzadas
C. VIentrecruzarse

criss-cross

crisscross [ˈkrɪskrɒs]
vt [person, vehicle, roads] [+ country, area] → sillonner; [roads] [+ city, town] → quadriller
vi [lines, wires, roads] → s'entrecroiser
modif [pattern, design] → en croisillons
a criss-cross diamond pattern → un quadrillage en losanges

criss-cross

[ˈkrɪsˌkrɒs]
1. adj (lines) → incrociato/a, intrecciato/a; (pattern) → a linee incrociate
2. vtincrociare

criss-cross

(ˈkriskros) adjective
made of lines which cross each other repeatedly. a criss-cross pattern.
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