What does it mean? Thanks.
If you mean the message from Red5, it does mean the Atlantic Ocean; he was saying that the form has not crossed over into British English.
No - just that it has not entered spoken/written English in the British Isles. It has not come across the pond [across the Atlantic] from the US to Belfast.
across the point - used in reference to Europe, Old country. (from the US to Europe)
He flew across the pond to find out whether chicks there are really so hot.
And yet, they were.
It can be used in either direction.