Are across - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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be across (something)
To accurately grasp or comprehend something, often something complex. Primarily heard in Australia. Thank you for explaining that again—I think I'm finally across it now.
be across something fully understand the details or complexity of an issue or situation. Australian
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Let's say you are across
the street and someone asks you, Where is it?