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  • 1 pass\ over — • pass over • pass by v To give no attention to; not notice; ignore, I can pass over the disorderliness of the troops, but their disobedience is serious. In choosing men to be given a salary raise, the foreman passed Mr. Hart by. She was… …

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  • 2 pass over — [v] ignore, disregard dismiss, fail, forget, miss, neglect, not dwell on, omit, overlook, overpass, pass, pass by, skip, take no notice of*; concepts 25,30 Ant. attend, heed, take care, tap …

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  • 3 pass over — ► pass over 1) ignore the claims of (someone) to advancement. 2) avoid mentioning or considering. Main Entry: ↑pass …

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  • 4 pass over — (someone/something) to ignore someone or something. Thirty attorneys were passed over for promotion by the department …

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  • 5 pass over — index alienate (transfer title), condone, discount (disbelieve), disdain, dismiss (put out of consideration), exclude …

    Law dictionary

  • 6 pass over to — index bequeath Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 7 pass over — Synonyms and related words: abalienate, abandon, alien, alienate, allow for, amortize, assign, autopsy, ban, bar, bar out, barter, be blind to, be caught napping, be caught out, be inattentive, be lost, be neglectful, be negligent, be unwary,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 8 pass over — verb 1. bypass (Freq. 2) He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible • Syn: ↑jump, ↑skip, ↑skip over • Hypernyms: ↑neglect, ↑pretermit …

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  • 9 pass over — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms pass over : present tense I/you/we/they pass over he/she/it passes over present participle passing over past tense passed over past participle passed over 1) pass someone over [often passive] to not give… …

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  • 10 pass over — 1) PHRASAL VERB: usu passive If someone is passed over for a job or position, they do not get the job or position and someone younger or less experienced is chosen instead. [be V ed P for n] She claimed she was repeatedly passed over for… …

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  • 11 pass over — or[pass by] {v.} To give no attention to; not notice; ignore, * /I can pass over the disorderliness of the troops, but their disobedience is serious./ * /In choosing men to be given a salary raise, the foreman passed Mr. Hart by./ * /She was… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 12 pass over — or[pass by] {v.} To give no attention to; not notice; ignore, * /I can pass over the disorderliness of the troops, but their disobedience is serious./ * /In choosing men to be given a salary raise, the foreman passed Mr. Hart by./ * /She was… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 13 pass over — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To traverse] Syn. travel through, go over, move over, go across; see cross 1 . 2. [To ignore] Syn. dismiss, overlook, neglect; see disregard . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb To pretend not to see: blink (at), connive at,… …

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  • 14 pass over — many a great movie has been passed over by the Academy Syn: disregard, overlook, ignore, pay no attention to, let pass, gloss over, take no notice of, pay no heed to, turn a blind eye to …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 15 pass over — verb a) to bypass (something); to skip (something) b) to make a transit of; to pass through or across (something) Syn: bypass …

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  • 16 pass over — I. (Active.) Overlook, disregard, omit, pass by. II. (Neuter.) Cross, move from side to side …

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  • 17 pass over — transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to ignore in passing 2. to pay no attention to the claims of ; disregard …

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  • 18 pass over — ignore, disregard; skip …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 19 Pass·over — /ˈpæsˌoʊvɚ, Brit ˈpɑːsˌəʊvə/ noun [noncount] : a Jewish holiday in March or April that celebrates the freeing of the Jews from slavery in Egypt …

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  • 20 pass over (or pass on) — (of a person) die. → pass …

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