Phrasal verbs with across mean...
|come across||Have you come across any good stories in the paper?|
|run across||I ran across this report while searching on the internet for info on this company.|
|stumble across||I stumbled across your webpage and was really impressed.|
|come across||He never comes across as depressed or worried about the future, quite the reverse in fact.|
|get across||He is a good public speaker. He has no problem getting his message across.|
|put across||The advert is intended to put across the message that piracy damages movie production.|