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Can I say,

(a) They cross the zebra crossing.

(b) They walked cross the zebra crossing.

(c) They cross the road using the zebra crossing.

(d) They cross the road by using / with the zebra crossing.
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Hi

In UK English, the zebra crossing is the black and white stripes (like a zebra) that mark where cars should stop if a pedestrian wishes to cross the road. I'd say:

- They crossed the road using the zebra crossing

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Zebra crossing appears to be BrE; I've never heard it. Otherwise, your sentences are OK, except for:

(b) They walked across the zebra crossing.

(d) They cross the road by using the zebra crossing.

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Can I say,

(a) They cross over the zebra crossing.

(b) They cross over the road using the zebra crossing.
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