criss-crossed

Translations

criss-crossed

[ˈkrɪskrɒst] ADJentrelazado
criss-crossed bysurcado de
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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.
The criss-crossed steel from the upper tier of the Bullens Road stand, which was designed by renowned architect Archibald Leitch, has been used as the influence for a modern graphic on the chest of the new home top.
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.
Iran is criss-crossed with fault lines and is regularly hit by earthquakes, experiencing at least one slight tremor every day on average.
Police and fire officials inserted cameras into the apartment which revealed that the living room was criss-crossed with trip wires connected to a number of plastic bottles containing an undetermined fluid.
Earthquakes are a daily occurrence in Turkey, which is criss-crossed by geological fault lines.
Diyala province, a fertile agricultural region criss-crossed by canals where Sunnis, Shi'ites and Kurds live side by side, has long been one of the most volatile areas in Iraq.
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.
Rescue workers went door-to-door calling out to residents, many of whom were trapped by trees that criss-crossed their driveways.
KATY: From the start she criss-crossed the Atlantic, often missing her husband going the other way.