Cross-border ( adjective , adverb )

(As an adjective)

Cross-border ( adjective )

Relating to or involving two or more countries or their borders.

Origin:

From the crossing of a border, from the two words "cross" and "border".

Examples:

  1. Cross-border trade between the two countries has increased.
  2. The company is planning a cross-border merger.
  3. The government is working on a cross-border agreement.
  4. The criminal organization is engaged in cross-border smuggling.
  5. Cross-border cooperation is essential to solving the problem.

(As an adverb)

Cross-border ( adverb )

Relating to or involving two or more countries or their borders.

Origin:

From the crossing of a border, from the two words "cross" and "border".

Examples:

  1. Cross-border trade between the two countries has increased.
  2. The company is planning a cross-border merger.
  3. The government is working on a cross-border agreement.
  4. The criminal organization is engaged in cross-border smuggling.
  5. Cross-border cooperation is essential to solving the problem.
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