Across

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The preposition across shows movement or position from one side to the other.

Across can also mean on/to the other side.

Across and Through

The difference between across and through is similar to the difference between on and in. Across is used for a movement in a two-dimensional space. Through is used for a movement in a three-dimensional space.

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