Englischer Thesaurus

Synonyme von cross

(Verb) 
Definition
to move or go across (something)
Cross the road at the pedestrian crossing.
Synonyme
go across
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pass over
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traverse
I traversed the narrow pedestrian bridge.
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cut across
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move across
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travel across
(Verb) 
Definition
to move or go across (something)
A bridge crosses the river about half a mile outside the village.
Synonyme
span
the humped iron bridge spanning the railway
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bridge
a tree used to bridge the river
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ford
We forded the river.
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go across
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extend over
(Verb) 
Definition
to meet and pass
The two roads cross at this junction.
Synonyme
intersect
The centre of the city is intersected by the main waterways.
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meet
a crossing where four paths meet
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intertwine
Trees and creepers intertwined, blocking our way.
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crisscross
(Verb) 
Definition
to annoy or anger (someone) by challenging or opposing their wishes and plans
He was not a man to cross.
Synonyme
oppose
Mr Taylor was bitter towards those who had opposed him.
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interfere with
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hinder
Landslides are continuing to hinder the arrival of relief supplies.
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obstruct
The authorities are obstructing the investigation.
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deny
She denied the accusations.
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block
All attempts to complain to his superiors were blocked.
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resist
They resisted our attempts to modernize distribution.
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frustrate
The government has deliberately frustrated his efforts.
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foil
A brave police chief foiled an armed robbery.
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thwart
They were doing all they could to thwart the opposition.
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impede
Fallen rocks are impeding the progress of rescue workers.
(Verb) 
Definition
to interbreed or cross-fertilize
These small flowers were later crossed with a white flowering species.
Synonyme
interbreed
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mix
Oil and water don't mix.
Mix the cinnamon with the sugar.
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blend
Blend the ingredients until you have a smooth cream.
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cross-pollinate
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crossbreed
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hybridize
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cross-fertilize
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mongrelize
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intercross
(Substantiv) 
She wore a cross on a silver chain.
Synonyme
crucifix
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rood
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a hindrance or misfortune
Being labelled a cheat is a cross I have to bear.
Synonyme
trouble
She tells me her troubles. I tell her mine.
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worry
His last years were overshadowed by financial worry.
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trial
the trials of adolescence
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load
High blood pressure imposes an extra load on the heart.
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burden
Having more responsibility at work felt like a burden to him.
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misery
There is no point dwelling on the miseries of the past.
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woe
He did not tell his friends about all his woes.
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misfortune
He had had his full share of misfortunes.
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affliction
Hay fever is an affliction that arrives at an early age.
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tribulation
the trials and tribulations of everyday life
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a mixture of two things
The noise that came out was a cross between a laugh and a bark.
Synonyme
mixture
a mixture between Reggae, Bhangra, and Soul fusion
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combination
A combination of factors are to blame.
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blend
He makes up his own blends of flour.
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amalgam
I tend to make my characters an amalgam of several people.
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amalgamation
The organization was formed by an amalgamation of two groups.
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a hybrid
a cross between a collie and a poodle
Synonyme
crossbreed
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hybrid
a hybrid between watermint and spearmint
best champion Mule or Hybrid
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mongrel
They were walking their pet mongrel on the outskirts of the town when it happened.
(Substantiv) 
Turn left at the cross and go straight on for two miles.
Synonyme
crossroads
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crossing
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junction
Follow the road to a junction and turn left.
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intersection
at the intersection of two main canals
(Adjektiv) 
Definition
angry
Everyone was getting bored and cross.
Synonyme
angry
an angry rant
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impatient
He becomes impatient as the hours pass.
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irritable
He had been waiting for an hour and was starting to feel irritable.
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put out
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hacked (off) (informal)
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pissed (taboo, slang)
Why is she so pissed at you?
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crusty
a crusty old colonel with a gruff manner
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snappy
He wasn't irritable or snappy.
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grumpy
I'm always grumpy in the morning.
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vexed
He was vexed by the art establishment's rejection of his work.
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pissed off (taboo, slang)
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sullen
The offenders lapsed into a sullen silence.
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surly
He behaves in a surly and rude manner towards me.
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fractious
The children were predictably fractious.
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petulant
He whined like a petulant child.
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disagreeable
He's a shallow, disagreeable man.
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churlish
It seemed churlish to refuse an offer meant so kindly.
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peeved (informal)
Susan couldn't help feeling a little peeved.
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ill-tempered
You sound like an ill-tempered child.
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irascible
He had an irascible temper.
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cantankerous
You're just a cantankerous so-and-so.
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tetchy
You always get tetchy when you're hungry.
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ratty (British, New Zealand, informal)
I was beginning to get a bit ratty and fed up.
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tooshie (Australian, slang)
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testy
Ben gets testy when he is hungry.
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fretful
an extremely fretful four-month old baby
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waspish
Her tone was somewhat waspish and abrupt.
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in a bad mood
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grouchy (informal)
Grandfather is a grouchy old so-and-so.
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querulous
a querulous male voice
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shirty (slang, mainly British)
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peevish
Lack of sleep always made him peevish.
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splenetic
retired military men with splenetic opinions
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crotchety (informal)
a crotchety old man
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snappish
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liverish
By the end, I was liverish and nettled.
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out of humour
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hoha (New Zealand)
Gegensätze
(Adjektiv) 
Definition
lying or placed across
Synonyme
transverse
one of the table's transverse supports
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diagonal
a pattern of diagonal lines
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oblique
The mountain ridge runs at an oblique angle to the coastline.
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intersecting
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(Adjektiv) 
Synonyme
opposing
I have a friend who holds the opposing view.
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opposed
people with views almost diametrically opposed to his own
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contrary
His sister was of the contrary opinion to his.
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adverse
The campaign has received adverse publicity.
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unfavourable
Unfavourable economic conditions were blocking a recovery.
(Adjektiv) 
Synonyme

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Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of adverse
Definition
antagonistic or hostile
The campaign has received adverse publicity.
in the sense of affliction
Definition
something that causes physical or mental suffering
Hay fever is an affliction that arrives at an early age.
in the sense of amalgam
Definition
a blend or combination
I tend to make my characters an amalgam of several people.

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