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Detailed Synonyms for pass in Englisch

pass:

to pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)

  1. to pass
    to pass; to overtake; to move past; to ride past; to sail past
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • overtake Verb (overtakes, overtook, overtaking)
    • move past Verb (moves past, moved past, moving past)
    • ride past Verb (rides past, rode past, riding past)
    • sail past Verb (sails past, sailed past, sailing past)
  2. to pass
    to expire; to elapse; to pass; to go by
    • expire Verb (expires, expired, expiring)
    • elapse Verb (elapses, elapsed, elapsing)
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • go by Verb (goes by, went by, going by)
  3. to pass
    to occur; to take place; to happen; to pass
    • occur Verb (occurs, occured, occuring)
    • take place Verb (takes place, took place, taking place)
    • happen Verb (happens, happened, happening)
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
  4. to pass
    to pass; to visit; to come past; to seek out; to look for; to call on; to look up; to call at
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • visit Verb (visits, visited, visiting)
    • come past Verb (comes past, came past, coming past)
    • seek out Verb (seeks out, sought out, seeking out)
    • look for Verb (looks for, looked for, looking for)
    • call on Verb (calls on, called on, calling on)
    • look up Verb (looks up, looked up, looking up)
    • call at Verb (calls at, called at, calling at)
    to drop by
    – visit informally and spontaneously 1
    • drop by Verb (drops by, dropped by, dropping by)
      • We frequently drop by the neighbors' house for a cup of coffee1
  5. to pass
    to give; to hand over; to delate; to extend; to present with; give to; to pass; to offer; to deliver up
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
    • hand over Verb (hands over, handed over, handing over)
    • delate Verb (delates, delated, delating)
    • extend Verb (extends, extended, extending)
    • present with Verb (presents with, presented with, presenting with)
    • give to Verb
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • offer Verb (offers, offered, offering)
    • deliver up Verb (delivers up, delivered up, delivering up)
    to hand
    – place into the hands or custody of 1
    • hand Verb (hands, handed, handing)
      • hand me the spoon, please1
  6. to pass
    to give; to offer; to pass
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
    • offer Verb (offers, offered, offering)
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    to hand
    – place into the hands or custody of 1
    • hand Verb (hands, handed, handing)
      • hand me the spoon, please1
  7. to pass
    to spend; to pass
    • spend Verb (spends, spent, spending)
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
  8. to pass
    to give; to hand over; give to; to pass
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
    • hand over Verb (hands over, handed over, handing over)
    • give to Verb
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    to hand
    – place into the hands or custody of 1
    • hand Verb (hands, handed, handing)
      • hand me the spoon, please1
  9. to pass
    to go; to be going to; to move; to pass; to run; to walk
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
    • be going to Verb (is going to, being going to)
    • move Verb (moves, moved, moving)
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
    • walk Verb (walks, walked, walking)
  10. to pass
    to pass; to get through
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • get through Verb (gets through, got through, getting through)
  11. to pass
    – eliminate from the body 1
    to pass; to eliminate; egest; excrete
    – eliminate from the body 1
  12. to pass
    – come to pass 1
    to occur; to pass; to happen; to take place; to fall out; to go on; to come about; hap; pass off
    – come to pass 1
    • occur Verb (occurs, occured, occuring)
      • Nothing occurred that seemed important1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • happen Verb (happens, happened, happening)
      • What is happening?1
    • take place Verb (takes place, took place, taking place)
    • fall out Verb (falls out, fell out, falling out)
    • go on Verb (goes on, went on, going on)
    • come about Verb (comes about, came about, coming about)
    • hap Verb
    • pass off Verb
  13. to pass
    – pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life 1
    to go; to pass; to die; to expire; to perish; to decease; exit; to pass away; cash in one's chips; conk; buy the farm; kick the bucket
    – pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life 1
  14. to pass
    – disappear gradually 1
    to pass; to fade; fleet; to blow over; evanesce; pass off
    – disappear gradually 1
  15. to pass
    – transmit information 1
    to pass; to communicate; to pass on; put across; pass along
    – transmit information 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • communicate Verb (communicates, communicated, communicating)
      • Please communicate this message to all employees1
    • pass on Verb (passes on, passed on, passing on)
    • put across Verb
    • pass along Verb
      • pass along the good news1
  16. to pass
    – grant authorization or clearance for 1
    to clear; to pass; to authorize; authorise
    – grant authorization or clearance for 1
    • clear Verb (clears, cleared, clearing)
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • authorize Verb, amerikanisch (authorizes, authorized, authorizing)
      • The rock star never authorized this slanderous biography1
    • authorise Verb, britisch
  17. to pass
    – pass over, across, or through 1
    to draw; to run; to pass; to guide
    – pass over, across, or through 1
    • draw Verb (draws, drew, drawing)
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • He ran his eyes over her body1
      • She ran her fingers along the carved figurine1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • guide Verb (guides, guided, guiding)
  18. to pass
    – pass into a specified state or condition 1
    to pass; to sink; to lapse
    – pass into a specified state or condition 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • sink Verb (sinks, sank, sinking)
      • He sank into nirvana1
    • lapse Verb (lapses, lapsed, lapsing)
  19. to pass
    – travel past 1
    to pass; to overhaul; to overtake
    – travel past 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • The sports car passed all the trucks1
    • overhaul Verb (overhauls, overhauled, overhauling)
    • overtake Verb (overtakes, overtook, overtaking)
  20. to pass
    – go across or through 1
    to pass; to go through; go across
    – go across or through 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • We passed the point where the police car had parked1
    • go through Verb (goes through, went through, going through)
    • go across Verb
  21. to pass
    – move past 1
    to pass; to surpass; to go by; pass by; travel by; go past
    – move past 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • A black limousine passed by when she looked out the window1
      • He passed his professor in the hall1
    • surpass Verb (surpasses, surpassed, surpassing)
      • One line of soldiers surpassed the other1
    • go by Verb (goes by, went by, going by)
    • pass by Verb
    • travel by Verb
    • go past Verb
  22. to pass
    – cause to pass 1
    to pass; make pass
    – cause to pass 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • She passed around the plates1
    • make pass Verb
  23. to pass
    – pass by 1
    to pass; to lapse; to elapse; to go by; slide by; glide by; slip away; go along; slip by
    – pass by 1
  24. to pass
    – transfer to another; of rights or property 1
    to pass
    – transfer to another; of rights or property 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • Our house passed under his official control1
  25. to pass
    – be inherited by 1
    to pass; to return; to fall; devolve
    – be inherited by 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • return Verb (returns, returned, returning)
      • The land returned to the family1
    • fall Verb (falls, fell, falling)
      • The estate fell to my sister1
    • devolve Verb
      • The estate devolved to an heir that everybody had assumed to be dead1
  26. to pass
    – place into the hands or custody of 1
    to reach; to pass; to give; to hand; to pass on; to turn over
    – place into the hands or custody of 1
    • reach Verb (reachs, reached, reaching)
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
    • hand Verb (hands, handed, handing)
      • hand me the spoon, please1
    • pass on Verb (passes on, passed on, passing on)
    • turn over Verb (turns over, turned over, turning over)
  27. to pass
    – throw (a ball) to another player 1
    to pass
    – throw (a ball) to another player 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • Smith passed1
  28. to pass
    – allow to go without comment or censure 1
    to pass
    – allow to go without comment or censure 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • the insult passed as if unnoticed1
  29. to pass
    – make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation 1
    to pass; legislate
    – make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • They passed the amendment1
    • legislate Verb
      • We cannot legislate how people spend their free time1
  30. to pass
    – go unchallenged; be approved 1
    to clear; to pass
    – go unchallenged; be approved 1
    • clear Verb (clears, cleared, clearing)
      • The bill cleared the House1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
  31. to pass
    – accept or judge as acceptable 1
    to pass
    – accept or judge as acceptable 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • The teacher passed the student although he was weak1
  32. to pass
    – go successfully through a test or a selection process 1
    to pass; make it
    – go successfully through a test or a selection process 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
      • She passed the new Jersey Bar Exam and can practice law now1
    • make it Verb
  33. to pass
    – be superior or better than some standard 1
    to exceed; to pass; to transcend; to top; overstep; go past
    – be superior or better than some standard 1
    • exceed Verb (exceeds, exceeded, exceeding)
      • She exceeded our expectations1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • transcend Verb (transcends, transcended, transcending)
    • top Verb (tops, topped, topping)
      • She topped her performance of last year1
    • overstep Verb
    • go past Verb
  34. to pass
    – stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point 1
    to extend; to lead; to run; to go; to pass
    – stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point 1
    • extend Verb (extends, extended, extending)
      • My memory extends back to my fourth year of life1
      • The facts extend beyond a consideration of her personal assets1
    • lead Verb (leads, led, leading)
      • His knowledge doesn't go very far1
    • run Verb (runs, ran, running)
      • Service runs all the way to Cranbury1
    • go Verb (goes, went, going)
      • His knowledge doesn't go very far1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
  35. to pass
    – pass time in a specific way 1
    to pass; to spend
    – pass time in a specific way 1
    • pass Verb (passes, passed, passing)
    • spend Verb (spends, spent, spending)
      • how are you spending your summer vacation?1

Konjugationen für pass:

present
  1. pass
  2. pass
  3. passes
  4. pass
  5. pass
  6. pass
simple past
  1. passed
  2. passed
  3. passed
  4. passed
  5. passed
  6. passed
present perfect
  1. have passed
  2. have passed
  3. has passed
  4. have passed
  5. have passed
  6. have passed
past continuous
  1. was passing
  2. were passing
  3. was passing
  4. were passing
  5. were passing
  6. were passing
future
  1. shall pass
  2. will pass
  3. will pass
  4. shall pass
  5. will pass
  6. will pass
continuous present
  1. am passing
  2. are passing
  3. is passing
  4. are passing
  5. are passing
  6. are passing
subjunctive
  1. be passed
  2. be passed
  3. be passed
  4. be passed
  5. be passed
  6. be passed
diverse
  1. pass!
  2. let's pass!
  3. passed
  4. passing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

pass [the ~] Nomen

  1. the pass
    the pass; the i.d. card; the permit
  2. the pass
    the pass-port; the permit; the pass
  3. the pass
    the pass; the mountain pass
  4. the pass
    the ticket
    – a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment) 1
    the entry permit; the permit; the pass
  5. the pass
    – success in satisfying a test or requirement 1
    the pass; the passing; the qualifying
    – success in satisfying a test or requirement 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • he got a pass in introductory chemistry1
    • passing [the ~] Nomen
      • his future depended on his passing that test1
    • qualifying [the ~] Nomen
  6. the pass
    – (sports) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team 1
    the pass; the toss; the flip
    – (sports) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • the pass was fumbled1
    • toss [the ~] Nomen
    • flip [the ~] Nomen
  7. the pass
    – (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls 1
    the pass; the walk; the base on balls
    – (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
    • walk [the ~] Nomen
    • base on balls [the ~] Nomen
      • he worked the pitcher for a base on balls1
  8. the pass
    – a flight or run by an aircraft over a target 1
    the pass
    – a flight or run by an aircraft over a target 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • the plane turned to make a second pass1
  9. the pass
    – (American football) a play that involves one player throwing the ball to a teammate 1
    the pass; the passing; the passing game; the passing play
    – (American football) a play that involves one player throwing the ball to a teammate 1
  10. the pass
    – a usually brief attempt 1
    the offer; the go; the pass; the crack; the fling; the whirl
    – a usually brief attempt 1
    • offer [the ~] Nomen
    • go [the ~] Nomen
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
    • crack [the ~] Nomen
      • he took a crack at it1
    • fling [the ~] Nomen
    • whirl [the ~] Nomen
      • I gave it a whirl1
  11. the pass
    – a complimentary ticket 1
    the pass
    – a complimentary ticket 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • the star got passes for his family1
  12. the pass
    – a permit to enter or leave a military installation 1
    the pass; the liberty chit
    – a permit to enter or leave a military installation 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • he had to show his pass in order to get out1
    • liberty chit [the ~] Nomen
  13. the pass
    – a document indicating permission to do something without restrictions 1
    the pass; the laissez passer
    – a document indicating permission to do something without restrictions 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • the media representatives had special passes1
    • laissez passer [the ~] Nomen
  14. the pass
    – any authorization to pass or go somewhere 1
    the pass; the passport
    – any authorization to pass or go somewhere 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • the pass to visit had a strict time limit1
    • passport [the ~] Nomen
  15. the pass
    – you advance to the next round in a tournament without playing an opponent 1
    the bye; the pass
    – you advance to the next round in a tournament without playing an opponent 1
    • bye [the ~] Nomen
      • he had a bye in the first round1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
  16. the pass
    – one complete cycle of operations (as by a computer) 1
    the pass
    – one complete cycle of operations (as by a computer) 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • it was not possible to complete the computation in a single pass1
  17. the pass
    – a difficult juncture 1
    the pass; the head; the straits
    – a difficult juncture 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • a pretty pass1
    • head [the ~] Nomen
      • matters came to a head yesterday1
    • straits [the ~] Nomen
  18. the pass
    – the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks 1
    the pass; the notch; the mountain pass
    – the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • we got through the pass before it started to snow1
    • notch [the ~] Nomen
    • mountain pass [the ~] Nomen
  19. the pass
    – a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs 1
    the pass; the strait; the straits
    – a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs 1
  20. the pass
    – (military) a written leave of absence 1
    the pass
    – (military) a written leave of absence 1
    • pass [the ~] Nomen
      • he had a pass for three days1

pass Adjektiv

  1. pass
    – of advancing the ball by throwing it 1
    pass; passing
    – of advancing the ball by throwing it 1
    • pass Adjektiv
      • a pass play1
    • passing Adjektiv
      • a team with a good passing attack1

Alternate Synonyms for "pass":


Antonyme für "pass":


Verwandte Definitionen für "pass":

  1. of advancing the ball by throwing it1
    • a pass play1
  2. success in satisfying a test or requirement1
    • he got a pass in introductory chemistry1
  3. (sports) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team1
    • the pass was fumbled1
  4. (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls1
  5. a flight or run by an aircraft over a target1
    • the plane turned to make a second pass1
  6. (American football) a play that involves one player throwing the ball to a teammate1
  7. a usually brief attempt1
  8. a complimentary ticket1
    • the star got passes for his family1
  9. a permit to enter or leave a military installation1
    • he had to show his pass in order to get out1
  10. a document indicating permission to do something without restrictions1
    • the media representatives had special passes1
  11. any authorization to pass or go somewhere1
    • the pass to visit had a strict time limit1
  12. you advance to the next round in a tournament without playing an opponent1
  13. one complete cycle of operations (as by a computer)1
    • it was not possible to complete the computation in a single pass1
  14. a difficult juncture1
    • a pretty pass1
  15. the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks1
    • we got through the pass before it started to snow1
  16. a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs1
  17. (military) a written leave of absence1
    • he had a pass for three days1
  18. eliminate from the body1
  19. come to pass1
  20. pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life1
  21. disappear gradually1
    • The pain eventually passed off1
  22. transmit information 1
  23. grant authorization or clearance for1
  24. pass over, across, or through1
  25. pass into a specified state or condition1
  26. travel past1
    • The sports car passed all the trucks1
  27. go across or through1
    • We passed the point where the police car had parked1
  28. move past1
    • A black limousine passed by when she looked out the window1
    • He passed his professor in the hall1
  29. cause to pass1
    • She passed around the plates1
  30. pass by1
  31. transfer to another; of rights or property1
    • Our house passed under his official control1
  32. be inherited by1
  33. place into the hands or custody of1
  34. throw (a ball) to another player1
    • Smith passed1
  35. allow to go without comment or censure1
    • the insult passed as if unnoticed1
  36. make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation1
    • They passed the amendment1
  37. go unchallenged; be approved1
  38. accept or judge as acceptable1
    • The teacher passed the student although he was weak1
  39. go successfully through a test or a selection process1
    • She passed the new Jersey Bar Exam and can practice law now1
  40. be superior or better than some standard1
  41. stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point1
  42. pass time in a specific way1

Related Synonyms for pass