Pronunciation of Across
/əkɹˈɒs/, /əkɹˈɒs/, /ə_k_ɹ_ˈɒ_s/

Antonyms for across:


Synonyms for across:

Sense 1

beyond, inwards, inbound, incoming, onrushing, oncoming, slimline, there, inward, thin, advancing, further, before, whereto, cross country, hairline, This, far, slender, apart, paper thin, thither, off, throughout, here, Until, thence, where, near, hither, wherever, wafer-thin, next, fat.

Sense 2

squat, in, narrow, out, along, through, after, up, ahead, on, wide, broad, by, slim, direct, past.

Sense 3

forward, Into, Toward, directly, thick.

Sense 4

down, fine.

Sense 5


Sense 6


Sense 9




Other synonyms and related words:

direct, fat, hairline, squat, crosswise, beyond, decussate, thence, near, wide, directly, about, ahead, incoming, advancing, through, thin, cross-town, athwart, This, Into, after, over, Until, paper thin, on, Toward, intersectant, inbound, wherever, in, forward, around, down, before, oncoming, up, here, apart, broad, narrow, past, From, thither, by, crossways, inwards, along, overseas, further, off, fine, crossed, crosstown, intersecting.

diametric (adjective)

inverse, diametric, adversarial, Against, reverse, converse, opposite, polar.

Sense 1 (noun)

apart, about, before, after, by, around, along.

Sense 3 (noun)

forward, advancing, up, ahead, Into, oncoming, direct.

Sense 4 (noun)

fine, fat, broad, hairline, paper thin, narrow.

across (noun)

crossways, decussate, cross-town, crosswise, crosstown, intersectant, over, intersecting, crossed.

crosswise (noun)

athwart, beyond.

traversing a space, side to side (preposition)

crossed, beyond, athwart, crosswise, over, opposite.

Usage examples for across:

  • It had taken his across the little table. - "The Crime Doctor", Ernest William Hornung.
  • I'll go across and ask. - "Under Padlock and Seal", Charles Harold Avery.
  • Mrs. Temple's thoughts were gone across the mountains. - "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill", Winston Churchill.

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