Definition of 'crossing'
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Ferry crossings for car and driver plus three passengers are included. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Same with all those cyclists trying to run you over on pedestrian crossings. The Sun (2014)For an extra tenner each you can get ferry crossings thrown in too. The Sun (2010)Rubber panels are already used at railway crossings. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Prepare to shuffle more swiftly across pedestrian crossings. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Ferry crossings or flights can be organised too. The Sun (2010)Or zooming through pedestrian crossings on red? Times, Sunday Times (2014) Ferry crossings can be arranged at additional cost. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My interest in pedestrian crossings began very early in life. Times, Sunday Times (2009)All ferry crossings subject to availability. The Sun (2011)The price is for next month and includes half board and Channel crossings for one car. Times, Sunday Times (2008)New this time is the facility to change the terrain, building river crossings and flattening hills. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Return crossings for a car and passengers will be with Eurotunnel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Ferry crossings with a car cost from 29.. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They kept pressing the buttons at pedestrian crossings, causing the bus to stop. The Sun (2009)Of course, many countries enforce pedestrian crossings. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Intelligent pedestrian crossings that hold traffic for longer at peak times are being tested in south London. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Britain has opted out of the scheme, insisting that more be done to tackle the smugglers arranging the sea crossings. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Transport chiefs are also expected to temporarily remove pedestrian crossings and there be will turning restrictions for vehicles not on Olympic business. The Sun (2011)If choosing a European holiday, you can choose from and pay for the following ferry crossings at the time of booking. The Sun (2012)Though the situation on short sea crossings is much less pressured, because of the high volume of sailings, avoid obvious peaks. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is where the story of the UK's pedestrian crossings gets interesting. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'crossing'
British English: crossing /ˈkrɒsɪŋ/ NOUN
A crossing is a boat journey to the other side of a sea.
He made the crossing from Cape Town to Sydney.
- American English: crossing
- Arabic: عُبُور
- Brazilian Portuguese: travessia
- Chinese: 横渡
- Croatian: prijelaz
- Czech: přeplavba trajektem
- Danish: overfart
- Dutch: oversteek
- European Spanish: travesía
- Finnish: ylikulkutie
- French: traversée
- German: Kreuzung
- Greek: διάβαση
- Italian: traversata
- Japanese: 交差点
- Korean: 횡단로
- Norwegian: overgang krysningspunkt
- Polish: skrzyżowanie
- European Portuguese: travessia
- Romanian: traversarea unei ape
- Russian: пересечение моря
- Spanish: cruce
- Swedish: överfart
- Thai: การข้าม
- Turkish: geçit
- Ukrainian: перепливання
- Vietnamese: đi tàu sang biển bên kia
Definition of crossing from the Collins English Dictionary
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