- (idiomatic) To give an appearance or impression; to project a certain image.
- A business suit and briefcase help her to come across as the competent professional she is.
- To find, usually by accident.
- In the meadow he will come across a rare flower.
- To change sides (literally or figuratively); to ask someone to work for the opposition.
- You argued well in court but your firm doesn't pay its lawyers well, so why don't you come across to ours?
give an appearance or impression
find, usually by accident
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