- n a horizontal bar that goes across something
- n game equipment consisting of a horizontal bar to be jumped or vaulted over
- n long thin horizontal crosspiece between two vertical posts
- Twice, his players sprinted up field, shaking off defenders to take cannonball shots at the goal, but twice the ball struck the crossbar.
- Great Britain track meet in London, Pennel cleared the crossbar at 16 ft.
- When the magnets are energized, they pull themselves up toward the crossbar's metallic underside and the car is lifted into the air; magnets in the track provide propulsion.
- Tim Howard in USA Today
The sound of crossbar is the best sound in the world -- I'm telling you,said Howard, who called it a "turning point" in the match.
- Tim Thomas in 940 News
I saw him winding up to take the shot but then I lost it,Thomas said. "I heard it hit the crossbar, then I heard the crowd cheer so I thought it didn't go in, I thought it went up in the netting. I couldn't see the puck because it was...