|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|across the universe||1.64||0.3||9919||81|
|across the spider verse||0.07||0.2||701||69|
|across the board||0.49||0.5||1996||71|
|across the obelisk||1.8||0.9||7347||91|
|across the universe lyrics||0.73||0.5||2851||92|
|across the pond||1.6||0.1||9367||39|
|across 110th street||0.07||0.6||8156||64|
|across the spider-verse||1.27||0.4||4970||19|
|across the universe movie||1.07||0.8||9306||32|
|across five aprils||0.45||0.8||2790||52|
|across the universe chords||1.69||0.1||9497||72|
|across the street||0.3||0.4||4094||51|
|across the spider verse release date||1.87||1||726||36|
|across the line||0.84||0.1||170||59|
|across in spanish||1.22||0.1||3842||16|
|across languages and cultures||1.35||0.7||4159||65|
|across the grooves||1.97||1||7768||86|
|across the borderline||0.74||0.4||5134||56|
|across the universe streaming||0.68||0.2||2340||23|
Definition of across (Entry 2 of 3) 1 : in a position reaching from one side to the other : crosswise cut the potato across into thin slices 2 : to or on the opposite side The stream was small enough to jump across. 3 : so as to be understandable, acceptable, or successful trying to get an argument acrossIs across a preposition or adverb?
Grammar. Across We use across as a preposition (prep) and an adverb (adv). Across means on the other side of something, or from one side to the other of something which has sides or limits such as a city, road or river: ….When across is an element in a phrasal verb?
When across is an element in a phrasal verb, eg come across, run across, look up the verb. shall I go across first? → ¿ paso yo el primero? how far is it across? ( river) → ¿cuántos metros tiene de ancho?What is the meaning of cross?
On, at, or from the other side of: across the street. 2. So as to cross; through: drew lines across the paper. 3. From one side of to the other: a bridge across a river. 4. Into contact with: came across my old roommate. 1. From one side to the other: The footbridge swayed when I ran across. 2. On or to the opposite side: We came across by ferry.