cruzarse con

cruzarse con(
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to move past)
a. to pass
¡Me cruzaste por el pasillo y ni me miraste!You passed me in the hall and you didn't even look at me!
b. to pass each other
Te cruzaste conmigo en la luz, e intenté saludarte, pero no me viste.We passed each other at the traffic light, and I tried saying hi, but you didn't see me.
2. (to meet on the way)
a. to run across
No voy a la fiesta porque no quiero cruzarme con mi ex.I'm not going to the party because I don't want to run across my ex.
b. to bump into
Me crucé con Nicole y me contó que estaba embarazada.I bumped into Nicole and she told me she was pregnant.
c. to see each other
Tus papás se cruzaron con los míos en un bar y ahora parece que son mejores amigos.Your parents saw each other in a bar and now it seems that they're best friends.
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