[kraws-sel, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˌsɛl, ˈkrɒs-/
verb (used with object), cross-sold, cross-selling.
to sell or try to sell (similar or related products or services) to an existing customer.
verb (used without object), cross-sold, cross-selling.
to engage in cross-selling something.
to suggest that customers buy additional, complementary, or related accessories or products during or just after their primary purchase
- Cross-sectional study
cross-sectional study n. See synchronic study.
noun 1. a size of book, about 5 × 7½ inches (13 × 19 cm), untrimmed. Abbreviation: crown 8vo.
- Crown office
noun 1. (in England) an office of the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court that is responsible for administration and where actions are entered for trial
[kroun-uh v-joo-uh lz] /ˈkraʊn əvˈdʒu əlz/ noun, plural crown-of-jewels. 1. an annual herb, Lopezia coronata, of Mexico, having lilac-colored flowers with a red base.