[krawr, krohr] /krɔr, kroʊr/
(in India) the sum of ten million, especially of rupees; one hundred lacs.
(in Indian English) ten million
/ˈkrɔːˌpətɪ/ noun 1. (in India) a person whose assets are worth at least one crore or 10 million rupees
[kraw-set, kro-] /krɔˈsɛt, krɒ-/ noun 1. . [kraw-set, kro-] /krɔˈsɛt, krɒ-/ noun, Architecture. 1. a projection at a corner of a door or window architrave.
[kroh-zher] /ˈkroʊ ʒər/ noun 1. a ceremonial staff carried by a bishop or an abbot, hooked at one end like a shepherd’s crook. 2. Botany. the circinate young frond of a fern. /ˈkrəʊʒə/ noun 1. a staff surmounted by a crook or cross, carried by bishops as a symbol of pastoral office 2. the tip […]
/ˈkrɒslənd/ noun 1. Anthony. 1918–77, British Labour politician and socialist theorist, author of The Future of Socialism (1957)
- Cross a bridge when one comes to it
Also, cross that bridge when you come to it. Deal with a situation when, and not before, it occurs. For example, If we can’t sell the house—well, we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it. The ultimate origin of this proverb, a caution not to anticipate trouble and often put as don’t cross a […]