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Verb
Simple past tense for to take place
“As noted elsewhere in your site, boats cannot pass under low bridges.”
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Simple past tense for to exceed
“God's peace passes all human understanding.”
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Simple past tense for succeed, graduate
“Every two years they have to take a refresher course and pass the test.”
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Simple past tense for to hand over or be handed over
“Please pass this information on to anyone you know who may be interested.”
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Simple past tense for come to an end
“Some of these conditions are mild and will pass quickly with minimum treatment, others are more serious and need specialised care.”
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Simple past tense for to put into effect through legislative or authoritative action
“While the voucher scheme did not pass Congress, the testing proposals passed both the House and the Senate.”
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Simple past tense for express formally
“On that day the Crown invited the court to proceed to pass sentence on both defendants, and to postpone the determination of a confiscation order.”
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Simple past tense for decide not to do
“… we appreciate the invitation to the party, but we'll have to pass.”
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Simple past tense for happen; be done or said
“Selfishly speaking, I am almost tempted to let this state of affairs pass unremarked.”
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Simple past tense for rid of waste
“The first symptom is extreme pain when passing urine.”
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Simple past tense for be transferred from one person or place to another, especially by inheritance
“His mother's estate passed to him after her death.”
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“Every time a car passed him, he worried it might be the police.”
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“Maybe it is just me, but somehow when I was in school, time seemed to pass more slowly.”
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“The villagers pass the long winter nights by listening to stories.”
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“Every coach has paired off players and had them pass the ball back and forth, back and forth, back and forth.”
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“There was no way she could let that comment pass.”
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“… a presidential candidate who doesn't yet know how it feels to pass the scrutiny of the national press.”
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“… he'll occasionally pass some insightful comment, but in general he doesn't have much to contribute.”
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“Kevin has just passed his driving test.”
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Past participle for to take place
“As noted elsewhere in your site, boats cannot pass under low bridges.”
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Past participle for to exceed
“God's peace passes all human understanding.”
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Past participle for succeed, graduate
“Every two years they have to take a refresher course and pass the test.”
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Past participle for to hand over or be handed over
“Please pass this information on to anyone you know who may be interested.”
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Past participle for come to an end
“Some of these conditions are mild and will pass quickly with minimum treatment, others are more serious and need specialised care.”
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Past participle for to put into effect through legislative or authoritative action
“While the voucher scheme did not pass Congress, the testing proposals passed both the House and the Senate.”
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Past participle for express formally
“On that day the Crown invited the court to proceed to pass sentence on both defendants, and to postpone the determination of a confiscation order.”
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Past participle for decide not to do
“… we appreciate the invitation to the party, but we'll have to pass.”
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Past participle for happen; be done or said
“Selfishly speaking, I am almost tempted to let this state of affairs pass unremarked.”
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Past participle for rid of waste
“The first symptom is extreme pain when passing urine.”
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“Every time a car passed him, he worried it might be the police.”
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“Maybe it is just me, but somehow when I was in school, time seemed to pass more slowly.”
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“The villagers pass the long winter nights by listening to stories.”
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“Every coach has paired off players and had them pass the ball back and forth, back and forth, back and forth.”
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“There was no way she could let that comment pass.”
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“… a presidential candidate who doesn't yet know how it feels to pass the scrutiny of the national press.”
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To have made a law
Adjective
Adjective
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To have enacted or established
Adjective
Verb
To have been living a particular way of life
Adjective
Generally approved, believed, or recognized
Adjective
Allowed by the rules
Adjective
Having received approval
Adjective
Made negotiable
Adjective
No longer present or no longer in existence
Adjective
Permitted by law
Adjective
Conforming to, permitted by, or recognized by law or rules
Verb
(archaic, obsolete) To have brought or to have come to an end
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To have given what is needed or desired
Verb
To have conveyed in appropriate or telling terms
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