Often used to go to USA to the UK, and vice versa. Basically, an other word for the Atlantic Ocean
"I'm going across the pond in February, it'll be great!"
by Goose-UK April 30, 2008
Used in reference to Europe, Old Country.
He flew across the pond to find out whether chicks there are really so hot. And yep, they were.
by necrotism May 21, 2006
TransAtlantic; referring to a country on the opposite side of the Atlantic from the country where this is said. E.G. in America, saying "across the pond" would usually refer to England, and vice versa. However, it could also refer to Africa or continental Europe.
And when I do some broadcasting across the pond, I have to speak with my best British accent or they won't pay attention to me.
by jengajam24 April 16, 2010