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Adjective
Gone by in time and no longer existing
“Rembrandt's works offer a glimpse of times past.”
Adjective
Belonging to a former time
“Your past performance was sublime, and now you just need to replicate that on a regular basis.”
Adjective
Immediately previous
“There have been some interesting reports in the news this past week.”
Adjective
Denotes a termination of something or an action
Adjective
Out of date, old-fashioned, antiquated
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Of which knowledge has been lost
Adjective
Traditional in style or manner
Adjective
Having left one's job and ceased to work
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Adjective
Unnecessary or unfruitful
Adjective
Of, pertaining to, derived from, or possessed by, an ancestor or ancestors
Adjective
No longer new and interesting or exciting
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Noun
The experience or events of the past
“In the past, technology was not as advanced as it is today.”
Noun
The history of a person or place
“Charles Bradley is a man with a storied past, notably his long stint as a James Brown impersonator.”
Noun
(of an person) The state or quality of being employable
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A person's ancestors or family and social background
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A person's social circumstances
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The sum of the past achievements or performance of a person, organization, or thing
Noun
Valued objects and qualities such as historic buildings and cultural traditions that have been passed down from previous generations
Noun
The treatment and instruction received by a child from its parents throughout its childhood
Noun
One's life at a younger age, usually referring to the prime of one's life
Adverb
In front of or from one side to the other of
“Arthur Morgan would greet the townsfolk as he rode past them on his horse.”
Preposition
Subsequent to in time
“Right now, it is fifteen minutes past six o'clock.”
Preposition
Subsequent to in order
“The post office is just past the grocery store.”
Preposition
No longer capable of
“I'm past putting up with your nonsense.”
Preposition
To the other side of
Preposition
Indicating the location of a physical object beside a place or object
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