English version

cross yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcross yourselfcross yourselfRRCto move your hand across your upper body in the shape of a cross as a sign of the Christian faith cross
Examples from the Corpus
cross yourselfHe glared, and crossed himself.Remembering, the rector crossed himself.Then take out thin, twiggy wood and branches that cross each other - you're aiming for a goblet shape.The novelist and his wife cross themselves again and turn back into the night.The soldier leaped away, crossing himself and gibbering; some ancient prayer, perhaps, or a magic sign.Father Tim crossed himself, joyfully Harry Nelson, however, was devastated.He crossed himself, sat in the bow and ordered the men to row in.Greatly relieved, he muttered under his breath and crossed himself several times.
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