Across (preposition)

  1. From one side to the other of (a place or object).
  2. To the other side of (a place or object).
  3. On or to the opposite side of (a place or object).
  4. From one end or edge to the other of (a place or object).

Origin:

From middle english acros, from old english onċeosan, from on + cros ("cross"). cognate with dutch across, german across, danish across, swedish across.

Examples:

  1. I walked across the street.
  2. He swam across the lake.
  3. She drove across the country.
  4. They flew across the ocean.
  5. I will send the package across the city.
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