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cross-in·dex

(krôs′ĭn′dĕks′, krŏs′-)
v. cross-in·dexed, cross-in·dex·ing, cross-in·dex·es
v.tr.
1. To index (a particular item) under more than one heading.
2. To furnish (an index in a book, for example) with cross-references.
v.intr.
To furnish cross-references.

cross′-in′dex n.

cross-index

n
(Journalism & Publishing) a note or notes referring the reader to other material
vb
1. (Journalism & Publishing) (intr) (of a note in a book) to refer to related material
2. (Journalism & Publishing) to provide or be provided with cross-indexes

cross′-in′dex



v.t.
1. to provide with cross references or with a cross-referenced index.
v.i.
2. to provide cross references.
[1890–95]
cross′ in′dex, n.

cross-index


Past participle: cross-indexed
Gerund: cross-indexing

Imperative
cross-index
cross-index
Present
I cross-index
you cross-index
he/she/it cross-indexes
we cross-index
you cross-index
they cross-index
Preterite
I cross-indexed
you cross-indexed
he/she/it cross-indexed
we cross-indexed
you cross-indexed
they cross-indexed
Present Continuous
I am cross-indexing
you are cross-indexing
he/she/it is cross-indexing
we are cross-indexing
you are cross-indexing
they are cross-indexing
Present Perfect
I have cross-indexed
you have cross-indexed
he/she/it has cross-indexed
we have cross-indexed
you have cross-indexed
they have cross-indexed
Past Continuous
I was cross-indexing
you were cross-indexing
he/she/it was cross-indexing
we were cross-indexing
you were cross-indexing
they were cross-indexing
Past Perfect
I had cross-indexed
you had cross-indexed
he/she/it had cross-indexed
we had cross-indexed
you had cross-indexed
they had cross-indexed
Future
I will cross-index
you will cross-index
he/she/it will cross-index
we will cross-index
you will cross-index
they will cross-index
Future Perfect
I will have cross-indexed
you will have cross-indexed
he/she/it will have cross-indexed
we will have cross-indexed
you will have cross-indexed
they will have cross-indexed
Future Continuous
I will be cross-indexing
you will be cross-indexing
he/she/it will be cross-indexing
we will be cross-indexing
you will be cross-indexing
they will be cross-indexing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cross-indexing
you have been cross-indexing
he/she/it has been cross-indexing
we have been cross-indexing
you have been cross-indexing
they have been cross-indexing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cross-indexing
you will have been cross-indexing
he/she/it will have been cross-indexing
we will have been cross-indexing
you will have been cross-indexing
they will have been cross-indexing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cross-indexing
you had been cross-indexing
he/she/it had been cross-indexing
we had been cross-indexing
you had been cross-indexing
they had been cross-indexing
Conditional
I would cross-index
you would cross-index
he/she/it would cross-index
we would cross-index
you would cross-index
they would cross-index
Past Conditional
I would have cross-indexed
you would have cross-indexed
he/she/it would have cross-indexed
we would have cross-indexed
you would have cross-indexed
they would have cross-indexed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cross-index - a reference at one place in a work to information at another place in the same work
cite, quotation, reference, mention, acknowledgment, citation, credit - a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage; "the student's essay failed to list several important citations"; "the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book"; "the article includes mention of similar clinical cases"
Verb1.cross-index - make an index that refers from one point to the next; "These references are cross-indexed"
index - list in an index
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