cross-fertilize cross-fertilize


  1. (v) undergo cross-fertilization; become fertile
  2. (v) cause to undergo cross-fertilization



  1. Sting is convinced that their music and his should cross-fertilize.
  2. Murdoch executives are still seeking to cross-fertilize among the properties.
  3. But two worms normally cross-fertilize each other; experts doubt that a single worm ever acts as both father mother of its own eggs.


  • "There are ways in which we can cross-fertilize," says LVMH Chief Executive Bernard Arnault. "One of the major advantages of the group is that everything we learn at Vuitton, we also use with the other brands."
    on Oct 8, 2006 By: Bernard Arnault Source: Wall Street Journal

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