Pass

  • 61 pass — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. gap, gorge; way, opening, notch, defile, passage; free ticket; crisis, predicament, condition,circumstance; leave [of absence]; slang, advance. See love. v. go through or by, bypass; get a passing… …

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  • 62 pass — I 1. verb 1) the traffic passing through the village Syn: go, proceed, move, progress, make one s way, travel Ant: stop 2) a car passed him Syn: overtake …

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  • 63 pass — pass1 verb 1》 move or cause to move in a specified direction.     ↘change from one state or condition to another. 2》 go past or across; leave behind or on one side in proceeding.     ↘surpass; exceed.     ↘Tennis hit a winning shot past (an… …

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  • 64 pass — v 1. go by, move past, flow, roll, run, stream, course; glide, slide, sweep, drift; proceed, progress, advance, gain ground; move onward, work one s way, wend one s way; run along, hie, hasten, make haste, hurry along, jog along, rush, zip, fly,… …

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  • 65 pass — {{11}}pass (n.1) mountain defile, c.1300, from O.Fr. pas step, track, from L. passus step, pace (see PACE (Cf. pace) (n.)). {{12}}pass (n.2) written permission to pass into, or through, a place, 1590s, from PASS (Cf. pass) (v.). Sense of …

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  • 66 pass on — verb 1. place into the hands or custody of (Freq. 4) hand me the spoon, please Turn the files over to me, please He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers • Syn: ↑pass, ↑hand, ↑reach, ↑turn ov …

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  • 67 pass on — phrasal verb Word forms pass on : present tense I/you/we/they pass on he/she/it passes on present participle passing on past tense passed on past participle passed on 1) [transitive] to give someone something that someone else has given you When… …

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  • 68 pass up — verb 1. refuse to accept (Freq. 1) He refused my offer of hospitality • Syn: ↑refuse, ↑reject, ↑turn down, ↑decline • Ant: ↑accept ( …

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  • 69 Pass — der Pass, ä e (Grundstufe) ein Dokument, mit dem man ins Ausland reisen kann Synonym: Reisepass Beispiel: Sein Pass ist nicht mehr gültig. Kollokationen: einen Pass beantragen den Pass an der Grenze vorzeigen der Pass, ä e (Aufbaustufe) niedrige… …

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  • 70 pass — I Permission to pass; a license to go or come; a certificate, emanating from authority, wherein it is declared that a designated person is permitted to go beyond certain boundaries which, without such authority, he could not lawfully pass. Also a …

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  • 71 PASS — For other uses, see PASS (disambiguation). PASS (the Proof of Age Standards Scheme) is a government backed scheme in the UK that gives young people a valid and accepted form of proof of age identification. The scheme is supported by the Home… …

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  • 72 pass — 1. n. a passing grade or mark on a test. (Compare this with fail.) □ Did you get a pass or a fail? □ This is my third pass this semester. 2. in. to decline something; to decline to participate in something. □ No, thanks. I pass …

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  • 73 pass by — verb move past (Freq. 6) A black limousine passed by when she looked out the window He passed his professor in the hall One line of soldiers surpassed the other • Syn: ↑travel by, ↑surpass, ↑go past, ↑go …

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  • 74 Pass It On — Infobox Single Name = Pass It On Artist = The Coral from Album = Magic and Medicine Released = start date|2003|07|14 Format = CD, DVD, Vinyl Recorded = Genre = Length = 8:32 (CD) 8:51 (DVD) 9:07 (7 ) Label = Deltasonic Producer = Ian Broudie The… …

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  • 75 pass — 1. noun /pɑːs,pæs/ a) An opening, road, or track, available for passing; especially, one through or over some dangerous or otherwise impracticable barrier; a passageway; a defile; a ford. a mountain pass b) A thrust or push; an attempt to stab or …

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  • 76 pass on — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you pass something on to someone, you give it to them so that they have it instead of you. [V n P to n] The Queen is passing the money on to a selection of her favourite charities... [V n P] There is a risk of passing the virus …

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  • 77 pass —    1. to die    The passage from this world to the next. Also as pass away, beyond the veil, into the next world, off the earth (or a synonym), in your checks, into the next world, on, or over:     Things are mixed up since Mr Forsythe passed.… …

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  • 78 pass on — Synonyms and related words: OK, abalienate, accept, accredit, add a codicil, advance, affirm, alien, alienate, amen, amortize, approve, assign, authenticate, authorize, autograph, barter, be lost, bequeath, break, broadcast, carry over, cease to… …

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  • 79 pass — 1. verb 1) the traffic passing through the village Syn: go, proceed, move, progress, make one s way, travel 2) a car passed him Syn: overtake, go past/by, pull ahead of, leave behind …

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  • 80 pass —   1. Movement. Mā alo, kā alo, aui, kaha, hala (pass by); holo, hala, kūnewa, au, uhaiāholo (as time); mā alo alo, ho okā alo, paiku (to and fro); ho oholo, kau, āpono (as a bill);    ♦ pass away, hala, nalo, nalohia, ha alele i ke ola, mā… …

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