Christina definitely <came across> with more clarity

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quoted from an English education program at youtube

New Yorker judge: Christina definitely had the better language skills.
They are both very friendly. I understood both of them, what they wanted to say, but Christina definitely came across with more clarity.

This is a scene where a New yorker judge is rating the English skills of Christina, one of the participants in the program.

What does the 'came across with' here mean?

Sorry for asking too much. :eek:

Thank you for your help.
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