Definition: On or to the other side of; in the direction from.
Commonly used when giving a direction or describing a location of the place or person.
It's not the same pronunciation or production as OPPOSITE which has the symmetrical movement, whereas ACROSS-FROM starts from the stationary passive hand.
Gloss: /\POLICE/\ CL:STATION IX1 ACROSS-FROM CL:BUILDING IX2 COURT+BUILDING.
English equivalent: The police station is across from the courthouse.