Word: pass

Category: pass

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Related words: pass

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Synonyms: pass

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: pass

spanish
dar, votar, entregar, ocurrir, transcurrir, ...


german
stattfinden, ausscheiden, fließen, meiden, vergehen, ...

french
défilé, sauf-conduit, surpasser, passe, transmettre, ...

italian
passare, trascorrere, lasciapassare, oltrepassare, passaggio, ...

portuguese
partido, passar, passagem, vir, volver

dutch
passeren, doorgeven, overgaan, omkomen, doorbrengen, ...

russian
пройти, коротать, проносить, показать, истекать, ...

norwegian
passere, passerseddel

swedish
räcka, förflyta

finnish
mennä ohi, kulua, kertoa, ojentaa, viettää, ...

czech
zemřít, přejet, podat, strávit, plynout, ...

polish
przebieg, omijać, trója, uchwalać, podać, ...

hungarian
levizsgázás, kézmozdulat, passzolás, hengerüreg, engedély, ...

turkish
olmak

greek
στενά, περνώ, κυκλοφορώ, πέρασμα

ukrainian
перетинати, минути, обганяти, перепустка

albanian
qafë, kaloj

bulgarian
проход

belarusian
прыходзiць, адбыцца, прыстань

estonian
sööt

croatian
dodavanje, probaviti, minuti

icelandic
fara, framhjá, ganga

latin
obduco

latvian
notikt

romanian
trece

slovenian
podání

Popularity stats: pass

Most searched by regions

Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Utah, New Jersey

Most searched by cities

Grants Pass, Eagle Pass, Eugene, Seattle, Denver

The meaning and "use of": pass

noun
  • an act or instance of moving past or through something.
  • a successful completion of an examination or course.
  • a card, ticket, or permit giving authorization for the holder to enter or have access to a place, form of transportation, or event.
  • (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.
  • a state or situation of a specified, usually bad or difficult, nature.
  • a route over or through mountains.

verb
  • move or cause to move in a specified direction.
  • go past or across; leave behind or on one side in proceeding.
  • (of time or a point in time) elapse; go by.
  • transfer (something) to someone, especially by handing or bequeathing it to the next person in a series.
  • (of a candidate) be successful in (an examination, test, or course).
  • (of a legislative or other official body) approve or put into effect (a proposal or law) by voting on it.
  • pronounce (a judgment or judicial sentence).
  • discharge (something, especially urine or feces) from the body.
  • forgo one's turn in a game or an offered opportunity.

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