Word: past

Category: past

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Related words: past

the past, past tense, x men, past life, past quotes, past time, past participle, x-men, past winning numbers, past due, x men movies, xmen, past or passed, past tense read

Synonyms: past

gone (by), over (and done with), no more, done, bygone, former, (of) old, olden, long-ago, of yore, last, recent, preceding, previous, foregoing, erstwhile, one-time, sometime, ex-, quondam, retiring

Translations: past

spanish
pasado, anterior


german
vorüber, vorbei, vergangenheit, vergangen, beendet

french
passe, environ, ancien, passé, autour, ...

italian
verso, passato

portuguese
após, último, a, passado, passaporte, ...

dutch
aan, tegen, verleden, naar, voorbij, ...

russian
прошедший, давнишний, былой, минувшее, прошедшее, ...

norwegian
over, fortid

swedish
förbi, vid, hos

finnish
viime, menneisyys, ohi, editse, entisaika, ...

danish
fortid, forbi

czech
po, bývalý, kolem, minulý, minulost, ...

polish
poprzedni, koło, obok, przeszłość, defilada, ...

hungarian
történelem

turkish
geçmiş, Geçtiğimiz, geçen, geçmişte, geçmişteki

greek
περασμένος, παρελθόν

ukrainian
давній, минулий, після, повз, останній

albanian
e kaluara, kaluar, kaluara, kaluarën, përtej

bulgarian
минало, покрай, миналото, изминалата, минал

belarusian
міма, паўз, паблізу, каля

estonian
minevik, möödunud

croatian
bez, preko, ranije, bivši, izvan

icelandic
liðinn

lithuanian
praeitis, ankstesnis

latvian
pagātne, pagājis, aizritējis

macedonian
минатото, минато, последните, изминатата, изминатите

romanian
prin, trecut

slovenian
mimo, minulost, po

slovak
po, mimo, kolem, uplynulý

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The meaning and "use of": past

adjective
  • gone by in time and no longer existing.

adverb
  • so as to pass from one side of something to the other.

noun
  • the time or a period of time before the moment of speaking or writing.
  • a past tense or form of a verb.

preposition
  • to or on the further side of.

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