recross

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recross

(riːˈkrɒs)
vb (tr)
to move or go across (something) again: recross the river at the Ponte Solferino.

recross


Past participle: recrossed
Gerund: recrossing

Imperative
recross
recross
Present
I recross
you recross
he/she/it recrosses
we recross
you recross
they recross
Preterite
I recrossed
you recrossed
he/she/it recrossed
we recrossed
you recrossed
they recrossed
Present Continuous
I am recrossing
you are recrossing
he/she/it is recrossing
we are recrossing
you are recrossing
they are recrossing
Present Perfect
I have recrossed
you have recrossed
he/she/it has recrossed
we have recrossed
you have recrossed
they have recrossed
Past Continuous
I was recrossing
you were recrossing
he/she/it was recrossing
we were recrossing
you were recrossing
they were recrossing
Past Perfect
I had recrossed
you had recrossed
he/she/it had recrossed
we had recrossed
you had recrossed
they had recrossed
Future
I will recross
you will recross
he/she/it will recross
we will recross
you will recross
they will recross
Future Perfect
I will have recrossed
you will have recrossed
he/she/it will have recrossed
we will have recrossed
you will have recrossed
they will have recrossed
Future Continuous
I will be recrossing
you will be recrossing
he/she/it will be recrossing
we will be recrossing
you will be recrossing
they will be recrossing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recrossing
you have been recrossing
he/she/it has been recrossing
we have been recrossing
you have been recrossing
they have been recrossing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recrossing
you will have been recrossing
he/she/it will have been recrossing
we will have been recrossing
you will have been recrossing
they will have been recrossing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recrossing
you had been recrossing
he/she/it had been recrossing
we had been recrossing
you had been recrossing
they had been recrossing
Conditional
I would recross
you would recross
he/she/it would recross
we would recross
you would recross
they would recross
Past Conditional
I would have recrossed
you would have recrossed
he/she/it would have recrossed
we would have recrossed
you would have recrossed
they would have recrossed
Translations

recross

[ˈriːˈkrɒs] VT & VIvolver a cruzar
References in classic literature ?
There could be seen, starting from the soil, delicate jets of water scattering in all directions, crossing and recrossing each other, mingling, contending in the swiftness of their progress, and all rushing toward that nascent stream which became a river after having drunk them in.
However, this thought, like all others, came and went in a flash, for the whole morning was like a series of magic lantern pictures, crossing and recrossing her field of vision.
Guppy, uncrossing and recrossing his legs, "how do you suppose he spelt out that name of Hawdon?"
Guppy, uncrossing and recrossing his legs again, "should you say that the original was a man's writing or a woman's?"
The 26-year-old tight-head, who joined the black-and-golds from Leinster prior to the start of last season, is recrossing the Irish Sea to join Ulster.
The most critical function that the platoon performed was the prevention of vehicles from recrossing the bridge for a return until all units had initially crossed.
Looking in turn at horizontal, vertical, and three-dimensional mosaic, he covers Alejandro Gonzalez I[+ or -]arritu: contemporary mosaic of socioeconomic and geopolitical spaces; Atom Egoyan: the diasporic and cinematic mosaic of de-territorialization/re-territorialization and actualization/virtualization; Hou Hsiao-hsien: historical mosaic of multilayered mise-en-scene; and Michael Haneke: fluid mosaic, crossing and recrossing boundaries.
Background: Recrossing the compromised side branch (SB) with a balloon is sometimes technically challenging.
Caption: United Nations forces' transport vehicles recrossing the 38,h parallel as they withdraw from Pyongyang, North Korea's capital, during the Korean War.
Bearing to the right along Quayside we soon pass Quayside House and Malmaison Hotel before recrossing the Millenium Bridge to reach our starting point at the Baltic Square.
Partial military radar tracking showed the plane turning west off its scheduled course over the South China Sea and then recrossing the Malay Peninsula, apparently under the control of a skilled pilot.
Partial military radar tracking showed it turning west and recrossing the Malay Peninsula, apparently under the control of a skilled pilot.