• intersection; place where a road or railroad tracks can be crossed; crossbreeding, hybridization
• a crossing is a journey by boat to the other side of a sea.
• a crossing is also the same as a pedestrian crossing.
• pedestrian crossing, place where crossing the street is allowed
• a crossing point is the part of a border between two countries where people and vehicles are allowed to go through.
crossing the aisle
• moving from one political party to the other for advantageous reasons
crossing the line
• going across the central line; going across the lines; going too far (slang)
crossing the suez canal
• operation in which the military crossed the suez canal (during the six day war)
allenby bridge border crossing
• crossing between israel and jordan
• zig zagging, moving back and forth across a surface repeatedly
• regulated checkpoint between the palestinian authority and israel in northern gaza
• a grade crossing is a level crossing; used in american english.
• (british) grade crossing, railroad crossing, place there railroad tracks intersect
• a level crossing is a place where a railway line crosses a road at the same level.
nahal oz crossing
• crossing point between israel and the palestinian autonomy which is located at the eastern end of the gaza strip
• road crossing for those traveling by foot
• a pedestrian crossing is a place on a street where motorists have to stop when pedestrians want to cross. in britain, pedestrian crossings are indicated by black and white stripes painted across a section of the street, or by special traffic lights which are operated by pedestrians pressing a control button.
• a pelican crossing is a place where pedestrians can cross a road by pressing a button which operates traffic lights to stop the traffic.
• place where a railroad track crosses a road
• place where people cross the street, crosswalk
• in britain, a zebra crossing is a place where the road is marked with black and white stripes. vehicles must stop there to let people cross the road.