Row me across (the river).
A ferryboat get us across.
The new boats get people across to the island in half the time
The natives paddled us over to the other side of the river.
Such a reflecting layer, together with the sea, could channel radio waves from one side of the Atlantic ocean to other.
ferry people to the other side of the river
He moved into the creek, then up the other bank.
Let me row you over to the other side of the lake.
Not one was able to reach the farther shore.
Thanks to his map, I was able to find a taxi driver who could take me straight to the canal embankment.
Hasn't the valentine day to, what had to deliver well, delivers antithetical couplet.
I will land you safe in Liverpool," he said, "If you will be men."
We had to wade through the river to the opposite bank.
We have to wade through the river to the opposite bank.
He swam fast and attained the opposite shore in half an hour.
We got into the boat and rowed across.
This boat will get you over to the opposite bank
The river was very broad, and it took the boat a long time to cross.