get across definition

  • verb:
    • To cross; to move from side (of some thing) to the other, actually or figuratively.
    • To make a concept obvious; to effectively clarify a thought or sensation.
    • To mix; to go from a single part (of anything) to the other, literally or figuratively.
    • communicate successfully
    • to help make a thought evident; to effectively clarify a thought or feeling.
    • vacation across or pass over
    • communicate successfully
    • travel across or pass over
    • become clear or enter a person's awareness or emotions
    • To get across; to maneuver from a single part (of anything) to the other, literally or figuratively.
    • To make an idea evident; to successfully clarify a thought or feeling.
    • communicate successfully
    • vacation across or pass over
    • come to be clear or enter a person's awareness or feelings
    • come to be obvious or enter your awareness or thoughts
    • To mix; to maneuver from one part (of anything) to another, actually or figuratively.
    • To make an idea obvious; to successfully clarify a thought or sensation.
    • communicate successfully
    • travel across or pass over
    • be obvious or enter an individual's awareness or emotions

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