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Definition of "get across" []

  • To cross; to move from one side (of something) to the other, literally or figuratively. (verb)
  • To make an idea evident; to successfully explain a thought or feeling. (verb)

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Use "get across" in a sentence
  • "If, in addition, the Federal cavalry could swing far beyond the Confederate right and get across the roads that led to Danville. . ."
  • "Harry Shaughnessy made his way down the stairs cut into the steep hill, wondering how he was going to get across Shepard Road."
  • "Stuart consequently divided his forces again: Gordon must hang on the rear of the enemy; Fitz Lee with Lomax and Wickham must move by way of Hanover Junction and get across Sheridan's path."