Pass

  • 41 pass — n *juncture, exigency, emergency, contingency, pinch, strait, crisis Analogous words: situation, condition, *state, posture: plight, *predicament, quandary …

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  • 42 pass|er — «PAS uhr, PAHS », noun. 1. = passer by. (Cf. ↑passer by) 2. a player in sports who passes …

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  • 43 Pass — Contents 1 Admission and permission 2 Acronyms 3 Transport 4 …

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  • 44 pass — pass1 W1S1 [pa:s US pæs] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(go past)¦ 2¦(move/go)¦ 3¦(put)¦ 4¦(road/river etc)¦ 5¦(give)¦ 6¦(give information)¦ 7¦(time)¦ 8¦(exam/test)¦ 9¦(law/proposal)¦ 10¦(happen)¦ …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 45 pass — pass1 [ pæs ] verb *** ▸ 1 go past something ▸ 2 move somewhere ▸ 3 be successful on test ▸ 4 give/let someone have something ▸ 5 spend time or be spent ▸ 6 kick/hit/throw ball to someone ▸ 7 make law, etc. official ▸ 8 be unable to answer ▸ 9… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 46 pass — 1 verb 1 GO PAST (I, T) to come up to a particular point or object and go past it: The crowd parted to let the truck pass. | They kept quiet until the soldiers had passed. | pass sb/sth: We passed each other on the staircase. | I pass the sports… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 47 pass — passless, adj. /pas, pahs/, v.t. 1. to move past; go by: to pass another car on the road. 2. to let go without notice, action, remark, etc.; leave unconsidered; disregard; overlook: Pass chapter two and go on to chapter three. 3. to omit the… …

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  • 48 pass — I n. permission leave of absence 1) to issue a pass 2) to cancel, revoke a pass 3) a pass to (we got a pass to town) 4) on pass (they are in the city on pass) flight 5) to make a pass (over a target) aggressive attempt to become friendly 6) to… …

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  • 49 pass — [[t]pɑ͟ːs, pæ̱s[/t]] ♦ passes, passing, passed 1) VERB To pass someone or something means to go past them without stopping. [V n] As she passed the library door, the telephone began to ring... Jane stood aside to let her pass... [V ing] I sat in… …

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  • 50 pass — I UK [pɑːs] / US [pæs] verb Word forms pass : present tense I/you/we/they pass he/she/it passes present participle passing past tense passed past participle passed *** 1) a) [intransitive/transitive] to go past something They stopped at the… …

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  • 51 pass — ▪ I. pass pass 1 [pɑːs ǁ pæs] verb 1. [transitive] if an official group passes a law, proposal etc, or it passes that group, it is accepted by them, especially by voting: • Shareholders of Fibreboard Corp. narrowly passed a measure doubling the… …

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  • 52 pass — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 in sports ADJECTIVE ▪ deep, long ▪ short ▪ good, perfect ▪ dropped, errant …

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  • 53 Pass — Reisepass * * * Pass [pas], der; es, Pässe [ pɛsə]: 1. amtlicher Ausweis zur Legitimation einer Person (bei Reisen ins Ausland): der Pass ist abgelaufen, ist gefälscht; an der Grenze mussten wir unsere Pässe vorzeigen. Syn.: ↑ Ausweis, Papiere… …

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  • 54 pass — [[t]pæs, pɑs[/t]] v. t. 1) to move past; go by: to pass a car on the road[/ex] 2) to let go without notice, action, etc.; disregard 3) to cause or allow to go through a barrier, obstacle, etc.: The guard passed the visitor[/ex] 4) to go across or …

    From formal English to slang

  • 55 pass — [c]/pas / (say pahs) verb (passed or, Rare, past, passing) –verb (t) 1. to go by or move past (something). 2. to go by without acting upon or noticing; leave unmentioned. 3. to omit payment of (a dividend, etc.). 4. to go or get through (a… …

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  • 56 pass — com·pass·able; com·pass·less; en·com·pass·ment; pass; pass·able; pass·ably; pass·er·by; pass·gang; pass·ing·ly; pass·ing·ness; pass·less; pass·man; pass·port·less; re·pass; sur·pass; sur·pass·er; sur·pass·ing·ly; tres·pass·er; un·re·pass·able;… …

    English syllables

  • 57 pass*/*/*/ — [pɑːs] verb I 1) [I/T] to go past something The procession slowly passed us.[/ex] They stopped at the crossing, waiting for the train to pass.[/ex] 2) [I/T] to move, or to move something, in a particular direction or to a particular place or… …

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  • 58 pass — Synonyms and related words: OK, abalienate, abandon, abysm, abyss, accept, access, accredit, act like, administer, adopt, advance, affiliate, affirm, aggrandize, agree to, aisle, alien, alienate, alley, allow, ambulatory, amen, amortize, answer,… …

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  • 59 pass — 1. v. & n. v. (past part. passed) (see also PAST). 1 intr. (often foll. by along, by, down, on, etc.) move onward; proceed, esp. past some point of reference (saw the procession passing). 2 tr. a go past; leave (a thing etc.) on one side or… …

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  • 60 pass — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French passer, from Vulgar Latin *passare, from Latin passus step more at pace Date: 13th century intransitive verb 1. move, proceed, go 2. a. to go away ; …

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