Simple language for statistical analysis of tabular data. “User’s Manual for the CROSSTABS System”, Cambridge Computer Assoc (Feb 1977).
noun 1. interference heard on a telephone or radio because of unintentional coupling to another communication channel. 2. incidental conversation; chatter, as opposed to formal discussion: The meeting was slowed by cross talk between board members. 3. British. witty, fast-paced dialogue, especially in a play, comic act, etc.; repartee. /ˈkrɒsˌtɔːk/ noun 1. unwanted signals in […]
[kraws-treyd, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˌtreɪd, ˈkrɒs-/ noun, Stock Exchange. 1. (def 26).
[kraws-trey-ner, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˌtreɪ nər, ˈkrɒs-/ noun 1. a type of athletic shoe designed to be used in more than one type of activity. 2. an athlete, worker, etc., who cross-trains.
[kraws-treyn, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˈtreɪn, ˈkrɒs-/ verb (used with object) 1. to train (a worker, athlete, etc.) to be proficient at different, usually related, skills, tasks, jobs, etc. verb (used without object) 2. (of an athlete) to train in more than one sport. 3. to learn different, usually related, tasks, skills, jobs, etc.