[kro-sop-tuh-rij-ee-uh n] /krɒˌsɒp təˈrɪdʒ i ən/
any fish of the group Crossopterygii, extinct except for the coelacanth, regarded as being ancestral to amphibians and other land vertebrates.
pertaining to or resembling a crossopterygian.
any bony fish of the subclass Crossopterygii, having fleshy limblike pectoral fins. The group, now mostly extinct, contains the ancestors of the amphibians See also coelacanth
of, relating to, or belonging to the Crossopterygii
Any of a mostly extinct group of lobe-finned fishes of the order Crossopterygii, whose only living member is the coelacanth. One group of crossopterygians is thought to have evolved into terrestrial vertebrates beginning in the Devonian Period. See more at coelacanth.
[kraws-out, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˌaʊt, ˈkrɒs-/ noun 1. a word, line, etc., that has been crossed out. [kraws, kros] /krɔs, krɒs/ noun 1. a structure consisting essentially of an upright and a transverse piece, used to execute persons in ancient times. 2. any object, figure, or mark resembling a cross, as two intersecting lines. 3. a mark […]
[kraws-oh-ver, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˌoʊ vər, ˈkrɒs-/ noun 1. a bridge or other structure for crossing over a river, highway, etc. 2. Genetics. 3. Popular Music. 4. Also called crossover voter. U.S. Politics. a member of one political party who votes for the candidate of another party in a primary. 5. . 6. Railroads. a track structure […]
[kraws, kros] /krɔs, krɒs/ noun 1. a structure consisting essentially of an upright and a transverse piece, used to execute persons in ancient times. 2. any object, figure, or mark resembling a cross, as two intersecting lines. 3. a mark resembling a cross, usually an X, made instead of a signature by a person unable […]
noun 1. distortion that sometimes occurs at a frequency (crossover frequency) at which a crossover network switches signals from one speaker to another.