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释义  a·cross /əˈkrɒs $ əˈkrɒːs/ ●●● S1 W1 adverb, preposition  1  CROSSfrom one side of something to the other 从一边到另一边;穿过,越过 the first flight across the Atlantic 跨越大西洋的首次飞行 They ran straight across the road (=without stopping). 他们径直跑过了马路。 We’ll have to swim across. 我们得游过去。 We’d got halfway across before Philip realized he’d left his money at home. 我们走到半路,菲利普才意识到他把钱忘在家里了。 We gazed across the valley. 我们向山谷另一边凝望。2  CROSStowards someone or something on the other side of an area 朝,向〔对面〕 There’s Brendan. Why don’t you go across and say hello? 那是布伦丹,你为什么不去打个招呼呢?across to/at The referee looked across at his linesman before awarding the penalty. 裁判先朝巡边员看了一眼,然后判罚点球。 He walked across to where I was sitting. 他朝我坐的地方走过来。3  CROSSused to say that something exists or reaches from one side of an area to the other 从一边延伸到另一边;横贯,跨越 a deep crack across the ceiling 横贯天花板的一道深深的裂缝 the only bridge across the river 河上唯一的一座桥 Do you think this shirt is too tight across the shoulders? 你觉得这衬衫的肩部是不是太紧了? Someone’s parked right across the entrance to the driveway. 有人把车就那么停在车道入口处。4  OPPOSITE/FACEon the opposite side of something 在…对面 My best friend lives across the road. 我最好的朋友住在马路对面。 He knew that just across the border lay freedom. 他知道,越过边境就自由了。across (something) from somebody/something Across the street from where we’re standing, you can see the old churchyard. 在我们所站之处的街对面,你可以看到古老的教堂墓地。 the woman sitting across from me (=opposite me) on the train 火车上坐在我对面的女士5  EVERYONEin every part of a country, organization etc 遍及,在…各处 a TV series that became popular across five continents 在五大洲广受欢迎的电视系列片 Teachers are expected to teach a range of subjects right across the curriculum. 要求教师能教授课程里的很多科目。6  WIDEused to show how wide something is …宽ten feet/five metres etc across The river is 2 kilometres across. 这条河宽两公里。Examples from the Corpusacross• This street's too busy to walk across.straight across• When it's a do-it-yourself job, remember always to cut nails straight across.• The lines of her brows go straight across her face.• Morrison's aerial photographs show narrow paths going straight across miles of rugged countryside.• Clip toenails straight across - never cut too far down at the sides as this leads to ingrowing toenails.• He must have landed straight across the dividing wall and exploded.• It caught her straight across the neck and she probably owes her life to the fact that the drainpipe snapped.• When the wind is adverse, the flat-bottomed scow bucks straight across the waves, catching air and slapping down hard.• Trim the toenails by cutting straight across with a toenail clipper.across to/at• At least it has made it harder for him to get his ideas across to a distracted public.• Steve Walsh glanced a header across to Joachim who planted the ball past Mike Salmon with such force he stood no chance.• So Ford took concrete steps to get the idea across to one and all.• I'm just taking this food across to Sarah.• They stood on the banks and looked across at the blanket of fog coming from the river.• His hunched figure padded across to the desk in the bay and Swod gestured for the police officer to sit down.• I looked across at the other driver.• He unlocked the car, clicked off the interior light and pushed her across to the passenger seat.• Seeing her husband, she set it down by the back door and came across to the stable.• Caught a local flight across to Vigie.right across• Proceed half right across fourth field towards another barn to reach minor road.• He sits down right across from me and when he looks at me he is looking me directly in the eye.• The Combine linked far-left activists and militants in Ford plants right across the country and, in theory, throughout the world.• From the library doors, one has an unbroken view right across the entrance hall to the main doors of the house.• We have a series of finance plans right across the Escort range.• These were superseded by more substantial updraught kilns which have been found right across the northern suburbs.• Hoboken is right across the river from New York.• My father had an office right across the street.just across• One night, without notice, he was told to go to a beach at Oued Laou, just across from Tarifa.• Humbert had landed at Killala, just across the bay.• The maple that was red and purple is totally bare now, just across the clearing.• The bathroom's just across the passage.• This is just across the road from Incline Top and should produce 650,000 tonnes of coal.• Around 1920, he established a practice just across the state line in Copperhill, Tenn.• As luck has it, the school where Evita began reciting poems in the sixth grade is just across the street.right across• Proceed half right across fourth field towards another barn to reach minor road.• He sits down right across from me and when he looks at me he is looking me directly in the eye.• The Combine linked far-left activists and militants in Ford plants right across the country and, in theory, throughout the world.• From the library doors, one has an unbroken view right across the entrance hall to the main doors of the house.• We have a series of finance plans right across the Escort range.• These were superseded by more substantial updraught kilns which have been found right across the northern suburbs.• My father had an office right across the street.Origin across (1200-1300) Anglo-French an crois “in cross”a·cross adverbChineseSyllable  to side of the something other Corpus from one
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