A simple definition of Cross-complaint is: Defendant's claim against the plaintiff.
Literal Meanings of Cross-complaint
Meanings of Cross:
Cross or spread on the other side (road, highway, water area or area)
Take the opposite direction.
Use the cross to draw one or more lines across the mark.
(No) Christian makes the sign of the cross in front of the chest to demand respect or divine protection.
Pass the ball in the center while attacking the entire field.
Causes (animals of one breed, breed or variety) interfere with another breed, breed or variety.
Opposition or obstruction (to someone)
A symbol, object, or icon containing two short lines or intersecting parts (+ or ×)
A vertical bar with a cross bar, as used to be crucified in ancient times.
An animal or plant that is the result of a hybrid cross.
A ball passes through the playing field towards the center near the opponent's goal.
Sentences of Cross
Crossed the Atlantic Ocean twice
The two lines meet at 90
The daughter quickly lost contact with the victims.
I can't reach the line to pass the ball
Many animals of this breed were bred with closely related gourds.
No one dares to cross
Cutting crosses into bark with a sharp knife
Let the wicked be nailed to me for the sacrifice of the cross, and that you would like to rise in the hope of a holy and blessed resurrection.
A cross between Devon and Holstein
Beckham's deepest center comes from Cole. Convert to a network
Synonyms of Cross
connect, resist, thwart, cross-breed, intersect, traverse, contradict, annoyed, galled, oppose, join, quarrel with, irked, go across, upset, mixed breed, intertwine, frustrate, amalgam, in a bad mood, argue with, blend, combination, crucifix, displeased, interweave, cut across, peeved, obstruct, foil
Meanings of Complaint:
The statement that the situation is unsatisfactory or unacceptable.
Any disease or medical condition, especially relatively. Ordinary c.
Sentences of Complaint
I intend to file a formal complaint
Her skin problem is being treated
Synonyms of Complaint
grievance, accusation, criticism, protest, ailment, sickness, indisposition, disorder, weakness, condition, charge, affliction, protestation, problem, malaise, malady, disease, illness, remonstrance, statement of dissatisfaction, infirmity, objection, infection, upset