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Across | Definition of Across by Merriam-Webster
First Known Use of across. Preposition. 1538, in the meaning defined at sense 1a. Adverb. 13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1. Adjective. circa 1576, in the meaning defined above
Across | Define Across at Dictionary.com
Across definition, from one side to the other of: a bridge across a river. See more.
Across Synonyms, Across Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
Just across the way, there lived a farmer who had a young daughter. A mile, across fields, intervened between me and the coach-office. "Up the Main Street, and across the drawbridge," said the soldier, goodnaturedly.
Across - definition of across by The Free Dictionary
3. so as to transcend boundaries or barriers: people united across borders by religion and history; the study of linguistics across cultures.
across | Definition of across in English by Oxford ...
Definition of across - from one side to the other of (a place, area, etc.), expressing position or orientation, referring to a crossword answer which rea
ACROSS | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Across We use across as a preposition (prep) and an adverb (adv). Across means on the other side of something, or from one side to the other of something which has sides or limits such as a city, road or river:…
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across - Wiktionary
To, toward, or from the far side of (something that lies between two points of interest). We rowed across the river. Fortunately, there was a bridge across the river. He came across the street to meet me.· On the opposite side of (something that lies between two points of interest). That store is across the street.· (Southern US, African ...
Across - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
See: a shot across somebody's bows a shot across the bows a warning shot across the bows across the board across the pond across the way all over hell's half acre all over the board all over the map be across (something) be across something broad across the beam come across come across as (someone or something) come across like come across like (someone ...
Across, Acrossed, and Cross - English Plus
Across, Acrossed, and Cross Across is a preposition. It describes the relationship between two persons, places, or things. It is sometimes used with the preposition from.. Example: That house is across the street. Cross is most commonly a verb or noun. As a verb, it means "to go or place across."