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un·cross

 (ŭn-krôs′, -krŏs′)
tr.v. un·crossed, un·cross·ing, un·cross·es
To move (one's legs, for example) from a crossed position.

uncross

(ʌnˈkrɒs)
vb (tr)
to change from a crossed to an uncrossed position

un•cross

(ʌnˈkrɔs, -ˈkrɒs)

v.t.
to change from a crossed position, as the legs.
[1590–1600]

uncross


Past participle: uncrossed
Gerund: uncrossing

Imperative
uncross
uncross
Present
I uncross
you uncross
he/she/it uncrosses
we uncross
you uncross
they uncross
Preterite
I uncrossed
you uncrossed
he/she/it uncrossed
we uncrossed
you uncrossed
they uncrossed
Present Continuous
I am uncrossing
you are uncrossing
he/she/it is uncrossing
we are uncrossing
you are uncrossing
they are uncrossing
Present Perfect
I have uncrossed
you have uncrossed
he/she/it has uncrossed
we have uncrossed
you have uncrossed
they have uncrossed
Past Continuous
I was uncrossing
you were uncrossing
he/she/it was uncrossing
we were uncrossing
you were uncrossing
they were uncrossing
Past Perfect
I had uncrossed
you had uncrossed
he/she/it had uncrossed
we had uncrossed
you had uncrossed
they had uncrossed
Future
I will uncross
you will uncross
he/she/it will uncross
we will uncross
you will uncross
they will uncross
Future Perfect
I will have uncrossed
you will have uncrossed
he/she/it will have uncrossed
we will have uncrossed
you will have uncrossed
they will have uncrossed
Future Continuous
I will be uncrossing
you will be uncrossing
he/she/it will be uncrossing
we will be uncrossing
you will be uncrossing
they will be uncrossing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been uncrossing
you have been uncrossing
he/she/it has been uncrossing
we have been uncrossing
you have been uncrossing
they have been uncrossing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been uncrossing
you will have been uncrossing
he/she/it will have been uncrossing
we will have been uncrossing
you will have been uncrossing
they will have been uncrossing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been uncrossing
you had been uncrossing
he/she/it had been uncrossing
we had been uncrossing
you had been uncrossing
they had been uncrossing
Conditional
I would uncross
you would uncross
he/she/it would uncross
we would uncross
you would uncross
they would uncross
Past Conditional
I would have uncrossed
you would have uncrossed
he/she/it would have uncrossed
we would have uncrossed
you would have uncrossed
they would have uncrossed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.uncross - change from a crossed to an uncrossed positionuncross - change from a crossed to an uncrossed position; "She uncrossed her legs"
spread, unfold, open, spread out - spread out or open from a closed or folded state; "open the map"; "spread your arms"
cross - fold so as to resemble a cross; "she crossed her legs"
Translations

uncross

[ˈʌnˈkrɒs] VT [+ legs] → descruzar

uncross

vt he uncrossed his legser nahm das Bein vom Knie; she uncrossed her armssie löste ihre verschränkten Arme
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