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  1. pass

    • IPA[pas]

    美式

    • 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 anything, as in conjuring or hypnotism.
    • noun: pass, plural noun: passes

    • verb: pass, 3rd person present: passes, gerund or present participle: passing, past tense: passed, past participle: passed

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move or cause to move in a specified direction:

      he passed through towns and villages

      he passed a weary hand across his forehead

    • 2. change from one state or condition to another:

      homes that have passed from public to private ownership

    • 3. die (used euphemistically):

      his father had passed to the afterlife

    • 4. go past or across; leave behind or on one side in proceeding:

      the two vehicles had no room to pass each other

      we will not let you pass

    • 5. go beyond the limits of; surpass or exceed:

      this item has passed its sell-by date

    • 6. hit a winning shot past (an opponent).
    • 7. (of time or a point in time) elapse; go by:

      the day and night passed slowly

      the moment had passed

    • 8. spend or use up (a period of time):

      this was how they passed the time

    • 9. come to an end:

      the danger had passed

    • 10. happen; be done or said:

      not another word passed between them

      this fact has passed almost unnoticed

    • 11. transfer (something) to someone, especially by handing or bequeathing it to the next person in a series:

      your letter has been passed to Mr. Rich for action

      he passed her a cup

    • 12. be transferred from one person or place to another, especially by inheritance:

      if Ann remarried the estate would pass to her new husband

      infections can pass from mother to child at birth

    • 13. (in football, soccer, hockey, and other games) throw, kick, or hit (the ball or puck) to another player on one's own team.
    • 14. put (something, especially money) into circulation:

      persons who have passed bad checks

    • 15. (especially of money) circulate; be current:

      cash was passing briskly

    • 16. (of a candidate) be successful in (an examination, test, or course):

      she passed her driving test

    • 17. judge the performance or standard of (someone or something) to be satisfactory:

      he was passed fit by army doctors

    • 18. be accepted as or taken for:

      he could pass for a native of Sweden

    • 19. be accepted as adequate; go uncensured:

      she couldn't agree, but let it pass

      her rather revealing dress passed without comment

    • 20. (of a legislative or other official body) approve or put into effect (a proposal or law) by voting on it:

      the bill was passed despite fierce opposition

    • 21. (of a proposal or law) be examined and approved by (a legislative body or process):

      the Bill passed by 164 votes to 107

    • 22. pronounce (a judgment or judicial sentence):

      passing judgment on these crucial issues

      it is now my duty to pass sentence upon you

    • 23. utter (something, especially criticism):

      she would pass remarks about the Paxtons in their own house

    • 24. adjudicate or give a judgment on:

      a jury could not be trusted to pass upon the question of Endicott's good faith

    • 25. discharge (something, especially urine or feces) from the body:

      frequency of passing urine

    • 26. forgo one's turn in a game or an offered opportunity:

      we pass on dessert and have coffee

    • 27. said when one does not know the answer to a question, for example in a quizzing game:

      to the enigmatic question we answered “Pass.”

    • 28. (of a company) not declare or pay (a dividend).
    • 29. make no bid when it is one's turn during an auction.
    • n.
      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

    • 2. an act of passing the hands over anything, as in conjuring or hypnotism.
    • 3. a thrust in fencing.
    • 4. a juggling trick.
    • 5. an act of refraining from bidding during the auction.
    • 6. a single scan through a set of data or a program.
    • 7. a successful completion of an examination or course:

      a 100 percent pass rate

    • 8. the grade indicating the successful completion of an examination or course.
    • 9. an achievement of a university degree without honors:

      a pass degree

    • 10. a card, ticket, or permit giving authorization for the holder to enter or have access to a place, form of transportation, or event.
    • 11. (in football, soccer, hockey, and other games) an act of throwing, kicking, or hitting the ball or puck to another player on the same team.
    • 12. an amorous or sexual advance made to someone:

      she made a pass at Stephen

    • 13. a state or situation of a specified, usually bad or difficult, nature:

      this is a sad pass for a fixture that used to crackle with excitement

    • 14. an act of refraining from bidding during the auction.
    • abbr. passenger.

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    • adj.
      going past:
    • passing cars
    • n.
      the passage of something, especially time:
    • with the passing of the years she had become a little eccentric

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    • adj.
      going past:
    • passing cars
    • n.
      the passage of something, especially time:
    • with the passing of the years she had become a little eccentric

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    • ph. become unconscious

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    • ph. become unconscious

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    • n. a card, ticket, or permit entitling the holder to travel by bus, typically for a particular period of time or within a particular area:

    • I've bought a bus pass to get to work and uni—it cost me £85 for 10 weeks

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    • IPA[pɑːs]

    英式

    • v.
      move or cause to move in a specified direction:
    • he passed through towns and villages

      a plane was passing lazily overhead

    • n.
      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

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    • IPA[pas]

    美式

    • n.
      a route over or through mountains:
    • the pass over the mountain was open again after the snows

      the Khyber Pass

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    • IPA[pɑːs]

    英式

    • n.
      a route over or through mountains:
    • the pass over the mountain was open again after the snows

      the Khyber Pass

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