across the way


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across the way

On the other side of some division, such as a row, street, aisle, river, etc. Primarily heard in UK. As I was riding on the bus, a man I'd never seen before kept leering at me from across the way. We're all out of those, I'm afraid—you'll have to go to our other store across the way to get them.
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across the ˈway

(British English also over the ˈway) on the other side of the street, etc: Music blared from the open window of the house across the way.
See also: across, way