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nounUS, West, Regional
An overpass, a flyover.
with object To lie or pass across; to move or travel across. Also without object: to intersect.
Across, over; from side to side of. Now archaic and rare.
1950s; earliest use found in The Sheboygan Press. From over- + either cross or cross<br>late Middle English; earliest use found in Vegetius' De Re Militari. From over- + cross<br>late 15th century; earliest use found in St. Machor. From over + cross.
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