The Correct spelling is: across
Common misspellings of the word across are:
How do you spell across?. It is not accross
- On, at, or from the other side of: across the street.
- So as to cross; through: drew lines across the paper.
- From one side of to the other: a bridge across a river.
- Into contact with: came across my old roommate.
- From one side to the other: The footbridge swayed when I ran across.
- On or to the opposite side: We came across by ferry.
- Crosswise; crossed.
- In such a manner as to be comprehensible, acceptable, or successful: put our idea across; get a message across.
Being in a crossed position: seated with arms across.
[Middle English acrois, from Anglo-Norman an croiz : an, in (from Latin in; see inâ€“2) + croiz, cross (from Latin crux; see cross).]