an auxiliary police officer, community volunteer, etc., who directs traffic and assists children in crossing a street near a school.


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    [kraws-leg-id, -legd, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˈlɛg ɪd, -ˈlɛgd, ˈkrɒs-/ adjective 1. having the legs crossed; having one leg placed across the other. /ˈkrɒsˈlɛɡɪd; -ˈlɛɡd/ adjective 1. sitting with the legs bent and the knees pointing outwards 2. standing or sitting with one leg crossed over the other

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