Definition of cross-post in English:

cross-post

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verb

[with object]
1Post (a message, link, image, etc.) to more than one online location, such as a blog, social media website, or forum: the app is set up so that you can easily cross-post your item on Craigslist too
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  • Contributors cross post their content to the Business Innovation site.
  • No other browser allows me to cross post between G + to twitter.
  • This article has been cross-posted on two websites on the Nations Network.
2Transfer (an employee) to a different department or place of work or (a soldier) to a different regiment: I was living with my family in Aberdeen, where my father was cross-posted
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  • The fact that he had been cross-posted to a regular battalion demonstrated his sound military credentials.
  • Willoughby was one of a number who had been cross-posted from Grunert's headquarters.
  • Sid was cross-posted from Number Four Company to Headquarter's Company.

noun

(usually cross post) Back to top  
A message, link, image, etc. that has been posted to more than one online location: this is a cross post from my personal blog
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  • This is a cross post from the International Trade Administration's blog.
  • The following is a cross post from Believer's Brain (with kind permission).
  • The following is a cross post from a blog I haven't been following long, but is proving to be an exceptional read, written by a gifted and encouraging author.

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