Pass Meaning With its Various With Examples

Pass Meaning With its Various With Examples


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Pass Meaning With its Various With Examples
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Pass: To move beyond someone/something

For instance:

  • Let’s pass this bicycle.
  • Alisha passed me on campus earlier.

Tense forms of ‘Pass’ – (Click here for Tense Rules)

  • Present: Pass/Passes, Passing (progressive)
  • Past: Passed, Passed (past participle)
  • Future: Pass

Pass Meaning With its Various With Examples

Additional Meanings of ‘Pass’

Pass: To decline something

For instance:

  • She is going to pass on food tonight.
  • Do you mind if I pass on drinks tonight?

Pass: To go beyond an amount or date

For instance:

  • Please don’t drink this energy-drink because I think the expiration date has passed.
  • My Facebook page passed 10 million followers this month so I decided to give a small treat to my friends because they help me a lot to make it grow.
  • I am sure that Smith’s youtube channel will 100k subscribers within a month because he has been working for it for 6 months.

Pass: To be successful (exams, tests, etc….)

For instance:

  • Congratulations my brother, you have successfully passed the exam.
  • However, It was not easy for me to pass the job interview because they asked me challenging questions, but finally, I did it with my knowledge.
  • If David studies hard, he can pass the test which is next Monday. In addition, he will have to pass the interview after the test.

Pass:  To give something to someone

For instance:

  • If you don’t mind so could you pass my book, please?
  • However, I requested him to pass my pen which was on the table, but he did pass it to me.
  • Please pass my glasses because I am unable to read what’s in the paper.
  • John helped me by passing my bag.

Pass Meaning With its Various With Examples

Phrasal verbs with ‘Pass’

Pass out: To faint, to be unconscious

For instance:

  • Jessica passed out because of suffocation yesterday.
  • I was hit on my head and passed out last night.

Pass away: To die

For instance:

  • Yesterday her mother passed away due to cancer.
  • I saw an accident last Sunday, then one of them passed away at that time.
  • However, she was looking so good, but suddenly what happened to her she passed away on Tuesday.

Pass off: To disappear gradually (a disease), to be completed (an event)

For instance:

  • The meeting will pass off tomorrow without any controversy.
  • Your fever and cold will pass off very soon because you have taken the medicine.

Pass through: Go through, endure

For instance:

  • Most of the people are passing through financial difficulties because of Covid-19.
  • Those who are successful in their life now, somehow they passed through financial problems.
  • However, it was not for my friend at that time when his father died, but he decided to get a job soon so he could make enough money for his family.

Pass up: not to take any advantages of an opportunity

For instance:

  • I remind you that Golden opportunity rarely comes in our life so you should grab it rather than leave it.
  • If any opportunity comes to me, I will not leave it because I want to be a lifelong learner in my life.

Synonyms of ‘Pass’:- Move, go, proceed, progress, flow, run, roll

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