English version

across/over the way

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishacross/over the wayacross/over the wayon the opposite side of the street They live across the way from us at number 23. way
Examples from the Corpus
across/over the waySolicitors will have the same immunity as barristers from legal actions over the way they conduct cases in court.Just across the way is the wild-looking tip of Cumberland Island, a nature refuge where wild horses trample the sands.Carroll was puzzled over the way Protestants who had always feared priests could now demand his services.Then I remembered my quandary over the way one looked at X-rays.The Braves, meanwhile, sat across the way, with the air conditioning blowing in a manufactured winter.Lots of people from the neighborhood assemble in the street, across the way, to watch.Those across the way claimed ringside seats on wooden chairs, each sitter shielded by a thick cotton-lace curtain.Burns will tell his board today that the Sports Council wants a non-voting member watching over the way the cash is spent.
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