Translation of crossword in Spanish:

crossword

crucigrama, n.

(crossword puzzle)

Pronunciation /ˈkrɒswəːd//ˈkrɔswərd/

noun

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    crucigrama feminine
    palabras cruzadas feminine Southern Cone
    puzzle masculine Chile
    • He left his cryptic crossword on the desk, with two clues still unanswered.
    • It was the only word I needed to complete the crossword.
    • There's something anodyne about even his best work; it has the cerebral coldness of a crossword or mathematical puzzle.
    • Learning is re-enforced and encouraged through the use of crosswords, word searches, memory skills, word wheels, numeracy and other activities.
    • The other magazine in the seat pocket on the airplane had a crossword puzzle with about 100 clues.
    • Watching this is like doing a crossword puzzle written by a dyslexic lunatic.
    • The events, such as word games and crosswords will be organised by resource persons throughout the day.
    • They dig for juicy details as adroitly as they do the crossword and jigsaw puzzles that they plug away at.
    • The games include crosswords, hangman and cryptogram.
    • In 1924, Simon and Schuster took a chance on publishing a book devoted to crosswords, and the crossword craze started.
    • He ran the words through his mind, almost like a crossword clue.
    • He said: ‘Laurie is amazing for her age, she does crosswords, puzzles, teasers and she plays Scrabble.’
    • Jack scribed the word beings into the appropriate boxes on the crossword.
    • I couldn't answer one of the clues in my crossword.
    • It's not even a good pun, which, like a good crossword clue, should work on both the superficial and the cryptic levels.
    • He would even interrupt classes to ask teachers to solve the crossword clues that he could not solve.
    • Work your mind with brain-teasers, jigsaw puzzles, crosswords or quiz books.
    • Similarly, I could get into crosswords but not jigsaws.
    • I chose to ignore him and concentrate on a crossword clue, which I really couldn't get.
    • The Evening Advertiser has great things such as competitions, word searches and crosswords.