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cross·o·ver / ˈkrôsˌōvər/ • n. 1. a point or place of crossing from one side to the other. ∎  a short length of track joining two adjacent railroad lines. 2. the process of achieving success in a different field or style, esp. in popular music: [as adj.] a jazz-classical crossover album. 3. a person who votes for a candidate in a different political party than the one they usually support: [as adj.] crossover votes. 4. [as adj.] relating to or denoting trials of medical treatment in which experimental subjects and control groups are exchanged after a set period: a crossover study.

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