Definition of 'cross-reference'
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Used Rarely. cross-reference is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cross-reference'
British English: cross-reference NOUN
A cross-reference is a note in a book which tells you that there is relevant or more detailed information in another part of the book.
It concludes with a very useful summary with cross-references to where each key point is dealt with in the book.
Definition of cross-reference from the Collins English Dictionary
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