*get (something) across*

get (something) across

Definition: to succeed in making someone understand something.

E.g.1:By the end of the lesson, the teacher had managed to get across the main differences between ‘past simple’ and ‘present perfect’.
E.g.2: The company mainly used TV advertising to get their message across.

This phrasal verb can be separated. (E.g. 2)

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