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Noun
Plural for a short extract from a book or other printed material
“Also, notice that the metaphoric language Benjamin employs in this passage invokes travel and, indeed, traversal.”
Noun
Plural for the action or process of moving through or forward in time or place
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“One of the most remarkable instances on record of the underground passage of lava happened in the Sandwich Islands in the year 1840.”
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Plural for a journey or voyage, typically by sea or air
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“We both shook our heads, turned right into St. Thomas, and booked our own boat's passage to Fort Lauderdale.”
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Plural for the act of leaving or departing a place
“She determined to return home to Scotland, and demanded a safe passage from Elizabeth through England.”
Noun
Plural for the right to pass through somewhere
“He received the same welcome by the guards at the top of the mountain path who also allowed him passage through to the Palace.”
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Plural for the process of transition from one state to another
“Douglass simply asserts that the fight marked his passage from enslavement to freedom and manhood.”
Noun
Plural for a hall, corridor or passageway
“There is a long passage in the steep castle rock, by means of which the friends of Edward III gained access to the castle.”
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Plural for a path or opening providing a way through
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“We took a shortcut through a passage between the buildings.”
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Plural for a duct, vessel, or other channel in the body
“This is taken care of by the eustachian tube, a small passage that connects the middle ear to the back of the throat behind the nose.”
Noun
Plural for the passing of a bill into law
“There would be a clear majority in the Senate against the passage of the bill.”
Noun
Plural for the die, or depart from mortal life
“Nina's erstwhile husband was dead. Whether she missed him and mourned his passage, or exulted in his comeuppance, or didn't even hear of his murder, is unknown.”
Noun
Plural for a fundamental change of mind or beliefs
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Plural for a movement of animals or people from one region to another
Noun
Plural for a gap, cleft, or chasm
Noun
Plural for provision in document
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Plural for an underground passage or hole, especially one that has been manually created
Noun
Plural for a frequently repeated quotation or stock phrase
Noun
(geography) Plural for a bay or inlet off a main body of water
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Plural for the movement of information from one to another
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Noun
Plural for a route over or through mountains
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Plural for an instance of segueing, a transition
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Plural for the net movement of solvent molecules, usually water, from a region of lower solute concentration to a region of higher solute concentration through a partially permeable membrane
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Plural for the action of repeating something aloud from memory
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Plural for movement to and fro or around something, especially that of fluid in a closed system
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Plural for the state or condition of being about to happen, imminent
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Plural for the front part of the neck
Noun
Plural for a long discourse or harangue
Noun
Plural for a section or stage of a journey or process
Noun
Plural for the money paid for a journey on public transport
Noun
Plural for a location where a stream is shallow and the bottom has good footing, making it possible to cross from one side to the other with no bridge, by walking, riding, or driving through the water
Verb
To change one's place of residence or work
“He read all the books and I do mean all and could recite large passages of film dialogue by heart.”
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