[kraws-oh-ver, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˌoʊ vər, ˈkrɒs-/
a bridge or other structure for crossing over a river, highway, etc.
Also called crossover voter. U.S. Politics. a member of one political party who votes for the candidate of another party in a primary.
Railroads. a track structure composed of two or more turnouts, permitting movement of cars from either of two parallel and adjacent tracks to the other.
Bowling. a ball that strikes the side of the head pin opposite to the bowling hand of the bowler.
(in plumbing) a U -shaped pipe for bypassing another pipe.
a place at which a crossing is made
(railways) a point of transfer between two main lines
short for crossover network
a recording, book, or other product that becomes popular in a genre other than its own
(of music, fashion, art, etc) combining two distinct styles
(of a performer, writer, recording, book, etc) having become popular in more than one genre
A shift from one musical style to another or a deliberate mixture of disparate styles (1970s+ Musicians)
[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.
noun 1. an audio circuit device that sorts the impulses received and channels them into high- or low-frequency loudspeakers. noun 1. an electronic network in a loudspeaker system that separates the signal into two or more frequency bands, the lower frequencies being fed to a woofer, the higher frequencies to a tweeter
- Crossover value
noun 1. (genetics) the percentage of offspring showing recombination among the total offspring of a given cross. It indicates the amount of crossing over that has occurred and therefore the relative positions of the genes on the chromosomes COV