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Definitions of PASS in various dictionaries:
- noun - (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls
- noun - (military) a written leave of absence
- noun - (American football) a play that involves one player throwing the ball to a teammate
- noun - the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks
- noun - any authorization to pass or go somewhere
- noun - a document indicating permission to do something without restrictions
- noun - a flight or run by an aircraft over a target
- noun - a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs
- noun - a difficult juncture
- noun - one complete cycle of operations (as by a computer)
- noun - you advance to the next round in a tournament without playing an opponent
- noun - a permit to enter or leave a military installation
- noun - a complimentary ticket
- noun - a usually brief attempt
- noun - (sports) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team
- noun - success in satisfying a test or requirement
- verb - go across or through
- verb - move past
- verb - make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation
- verb - pass by
- verb - place into the hands or custody of
- verb - stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope
- verb - travel past
- verb - come to pass
- verb - go unchallenged
- verb - pass time in a specific way
- verb - pass over, across, or through
- verb - transmit information
- verb - disappear gradually
- verb - go successfully through a test or a selection process
- verb - be superior or better than some standard
- verb - accept or judge as acceptable
- verb - allow to go without comment or censure
- verb - transfer to another
- verb - pass into a specified state or condition
- verb - throw (a ball) to another player
- verb - be inherited by
- verb - cause to pass
- verb - grant authorization or clearance for
- verb - pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
- verb - eliminate from the body
- adj - of advancing the ball by throwing it
- To move on or ahead; proceed.
- To extend; run: The river passes through our land.
- To move by: The band passed and the crowd cheered.
- To move past another vehicle: The sports car passed on the right.
- To gain passage despite obstacles: pass through difficult years.
- To move past in time; elapse: The days passed quickly.
- To be transferred from one to another; circulate: The wine passed around the table.
- To transfer a ball or puck to a teammate.
- To be communicated or exchanged between persons: Loud words passed in the corridor.
- To be transferred or conveyed to another by will or deed: The title passed to the older heir.
- To undergo transition from one condition, form, quality, or characteristic to another: Daylight passed into darkness.
- To come to an end: My anger suddenly passed.
- To cease to exist; die: The patient passed on during the night.
- To happen; take place: What passed during the day? 13.
- To be allowed to happen without notice or challenge: Let their rude remarks pass.
- To decline one’s turn to play or bid.
- To undergo an examination or a trial with favorable results.
- To serve as a barely acceptable substitute: The spare tire was nearly bald but would pass until we bought a new one.
- To be accepted as a member of a group by denying one’s own ancestry or background.
- To be approved or adopted: The motion to adjourn passed.
- To pronounce an opinion, a judgment, or a sentence.
- To sit in adjudication.
- To be voided: Luckily the kidney stone passed before she had to be hospitalized.
- To thrust or lunge in fencing.
- To go by without stopping; leave behind.
- To go by without paying attention to; disregard or ignore: If you pass the new photographs in the collection, you’ll miss some outstanding ones.
- To fail to pay (a dividend).
- To go beyond; surpass: The inheritance passed my wildest dreams.
- To go across; go through: We passed the border into Mexico.
- To undergo (a trial or an examination) with favorable results: She passed every test.
- To cause or allow to go through a trial, a test, or an examination successfully: The instructor passed all the candidates.
- To cause to move: We passed our hands over the fabric.
- To cause to move into a certain position: pass a ribbon around a package.
- To cause to move as part of a process: pass liquid through a filter.
- To cause to go by: The officers passed their troops in review before the general.
- To walk (a batter).
- To allow to go by or elapse; spend: He passed his winter in Vermont.
- To cause to be transferred from one to another; circulate: They passed the news quickly.
- To hand over to someone else: Please pass the bread.
- To transfer (a ball, for example) to a teammate, as by throwing.
- To cause to be accepted; circulate fraudulently: pass counterfeit money.
- To transfer title or ownership of.
- To discharge (body waste, for example); void.
- To approve; adopt: The legislature passed the bill.
- To be sanctioned, ratified, or approved by: The bill passed the House of Representatives.
- To pronounce; utter: pass judgment; pass sentence on an offender.
- The act of passing; passage.
- A way, such as a narrow gap between mountains, that affords passage around, over, or through a barrier.
- A permit, a ticket, or an authorization to come and go at will.
- A free ticket entitling one to transportation or admisssion.
- Written leave of absence from military duty.
- A sweep or run by an aircraft over an area or a target.
- A single complete cycle of operations, as by a machine or computer program.
- A condition or situation, often critical in nature; a predicament.
- A sexual invitation or overture.
- A motion of the hand or the waving of a wand.
- A transfer of a ball or puck between teammates.
- A lunge or thrust in fencing.
- A base on balls.
- A refusal to bid, draw, bet, or play.
- A winning throw of the dice in craps.
- A pase.
- To pass out of existence; end.
- To let go by; reject: pass up a chance for promotion; an opportunity too good to pass up.
- To be eaten or drunk.
- To shift responsibility or blame to another.
- verb - to go by
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