Definition of cross-connection in English:

cross-connection

Syllabification: cross-con·nec·tion

noun

  • A connection made between two or more distinct things, typically parts of different networks or circuits.
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    • This option has the advantage of ensuring that both properties are fed by their own pipes and that cross-connections no longer exist.
    • It does take a truckroll to run out to the remote terminal to do the cross-connection.

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