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  1. pass

    • IPA[pɑːs]

    英式

    • v.
      move or cause to move in a specified direction;change from one state or condition to another
    • n.
      an act or instance of moving past or through something;an act of passing the hands over something, as in conjuring or hypnotism.
    • excl
      said when one does not know the answer to a question, for example in a quiz;used to express rejection or dismissal
    • verb: pass, 3rd person present: passes, gerund or present participle: passing, past tense: passed, past participle: passed

    • noun: pass, plural noun: passes

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    動詞

    名詞

    • 1. an act or instance of moving past or through something repeated passes with the swipe card an unmarked plane had been making passes over his house
    • an act of passing the hands over something, as in conjuring or hypnotism.
    • a thrust in fencing.
    • a juggling trick.
    • a single scan through a set of data or a program.
    • 2. a success in an examination, test, or course an A-level pass in Music a 100 per cent pass rate
    • British an achievement of a university degree without honours.
    • 3. a card, ticket, or permit giving authorization for the holder to enter or have access to a place, form of transport, or event a bus pass you could only get in with a pass 同義詞 permit, warrant, authorization, licence, passport, ... 更多
    • toleration of bad behaviour or poor performance businesses should not get a pass to be reckless that doesn't give him a pass to say things without reproach
    • historical (in South Africa) an identity book that black people had to carry between 1952 and 1986, used to limit the movement of black people to urban areas.
    • 4. (in soccer, rugby, and other games) an act of kicking, hitting, or throwing the ball to another player on the same side his cross-field pass to Giggs 同義詞 kick, hit, throw, shot, header
    • 5. informal an amorous or sexual advance made to someone she made a pass at Stephen
    • 6. US informal a rejection or dismissal those who don't like oily food may want to give this a pass I took a pass on his request for help
    • 7. a state or situation of a specified, usually undesirable, nature things came to such a pass that these gentlemen sat coldly at the meetings not daring to speak out freely and honestly this is a sad pass for a fixture that used to crackle with excitement
    • 8. an act of refraining from bidding during the auction.

    excl

    • 1. said when one does not know the answer to a question, for example in a quiz to the enigmatic question we answered ‘Pass
    • used to express rejection or dismissal the shepherd's pie looks gross. Pass!