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  1. past

    • IPA[past]

    美式

    • adj.
      gone by in time and no longer existing;belonging to a former time
    • n.
      the time or a period of time before the moment of speaking or writing;the history of a person, country, or institution
    • prep.
      to or on the further side of;in front of or from one side to the other of
    • adv.
      so as to pass from one side of something to the other;used to indicate the lapse of time
    • noun: past, plural noun: pasts

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. gone by in time and no longer existing:

      the danger is now past

    • 2. belonging to a former time:

      they made a study of the reasons why past attempts had failed

      he is a past chairman of the society

    • 3. (of a specified period of time) occurring before and leading up to the time of speaking or writing:

      the band has changed over the past twelve months

    • 4. (of a tense) expressing an action that has happened or a state that previously existed.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the time or a period of time before the moment of speaking or writing:

      she found it hard to make ends meet in the past

      the war-damaged church is preserved as a reminder of the past

    • 2. the history of a person, country, or institution:

      the monuments act as guidelines through the country's colorful past

    • 3. a part of a person's history that is considered to be shameful:

      the heroine was a lady with a past

    • 4. a past tense or form of a verb:

      a simple past of the first conjugation

    • prep.
      介系詞
    • 1. to or on the further side of:

      he rode on past the crossroads

    • 2. in front of or from one side to the other of:

      he began to drive slowly past the houses

    • 3. beyond in time; later than:

      by this time it was past 3:30

    • 4. no longer capable of:

      he is past giving the best advice

    • 5. beyond the scope of:

      my hair was past praying for

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. so as to pass from one side of something to the other:

      large angelfish swim slowly past

    • 2. used to indicate the lapse of time:

      a week went past and nothing changed

    • 3. used to indicate the lapse of time:

      a week went past and nothing changed

    • adj.
      (of a tense) denoting an action completed prior to some past point of time specified or implied, formed in English by had and the past participle, as in he had gone by then; pluperfect.
    • n.
      the pluperfect tense.

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    • n. a person who is particularly skilled at a specified activity or art:

    • he's a past master at keeping his whereabouts secret

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    • n. a person who is particularly skilled at a specified activity or art:

    • he's a past master at keeping his whereabouts secret

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    • adj.
      (of a tense) denoting an action completed prior to some past point of time specified or implied, formed in English by had and the past participle, as in he had gone by then.
    • n.
      the past perfect tense.

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    • adj.
      relating to or denoting a tense not expressing a past action or state.
    • n.
      a non-past tense.

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    • ph. touch fleetingly and in passing

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    • n. the form of a verb, typically ending in -ed in English, which is used in forming perfect and passive tenses and sometimes as an adjective, e.g. looked in have you looked?, lost in lost property.

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    • ph. too old to be of any use or any good at anything

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    • IPA[pɑːst]

    英式

    • adj.
      gone by in time and no longer existing:
    • the danger is now past
    • n.
      the time before the moment of speaking or writing:
    • she found it hard to make ends meet in the past

      the war-damaged church is preserved as a reminder of the past

    • prep.
      to or on the further side of:
    • he rode on past the crossroads
    • adv.
      so as to pass from one side of something to the other:
    • a flotilla of glossy limousines swept past

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  2. 知識+

    • Past perfect

      Simple Past 簡易記法:過去 / 那次 / 時間。 說的是過去那次所發生的某件事;通常會... York before he arrived at Hong Kong. Past Perfect Continuous 簡易記法:由過去到過去一直進行 說的...

    • walked past的意思?

      意指「走路經過」,past的後面可接「人或東西」,譬如:某人或樹木或某建築物等,在此狀況下past... emerged about 20 minutes later but walked past me without stopping. (走路經過我) Dan had walked...

    • past,present,or future

      past tense 過去式 Dad flew to New York for business. (原形...