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ferry across

To carry someone or something across a body of water on a ferryboat. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ferry" and "across." No, it's fine—there are boats that can ferry us across the river.
See also: across, ferry

ferry someone or something across something

 and ferry someone or something across
to transport someone or something across a river on a ferryboat. Can we get someone to ferry us across the lake to the island? After they ferried across all the cars, they closed the ferryboat down for the night.
See also: across, ferry
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Hussain Hassan Khansaheb, Director of Marine Transportation Department, said: "Water Taxis will come to the station nearest to your location to ferry you across the Dubai Creek and waterways.
"It's not like the directions said, 'There will be an old Chinese man to ferry you across the river, and he likes mangos.' But the walking directions routed me there, and he was able to get me across the river," said Fiore.
Brandy bach is not a pub order but a place where fodder - ebran - was available; Gabalfa was somewhere you could get a flat-bottomed boat to ferry you across the river; Cichle is nothing to do with the Welsh language, however Welsh it looks, but commemorates land that was once owned by an Englishman from Keighley, Yorkshire, who settled near Beaumaris at the time of Owain Glyndwr.