take across

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take across

To carry, guide, or convey someone or something from one side (of a thing or place) to another. A noun or pronoun can be used between "take" and "across." He was arrested for taking drugs across the border. There is a ferry that will take you across, but it's pretty slow.
See also: across, take

take someone or something across (something)

to carry or lead someone or something across something. Tim took Liz across the bridge. We took a lot of food and medicine across before the flooded river washed the bridge out.
See also: across, take