Bedeutung von “across” — Learner’s Dictionary

across

adverb, preposition us uk /əˈkrɒs/
SIDES

A2 from one side of something to the other:

I was walking across the road.
They've built a new bridge across the river.

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OPPOSITE

A2 on the opposite side of:

There's a library just across the street.
MEASURE

used after a measurement to show how wide something is:

The window measures two metres across.

(Definition von “across” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)