English to Japanese Meaning :: past

過去, 来し方, 往事, 身元, 三界, 曰く過ぎ通り越した
Past :
過去
- 過去貼り付けペースト過去を
 

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Noun(1) the time that has elapsed(2) a earlier period in someone's life (especially one that they have reason to keep secret(3) a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the past
Adjective(1) earlier than the present time; no longer current(2) of a person who has held and relinquished a position or office
Adverb(1) so as to pass a given point

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(1) But by the standards of the past it had been a deplorable period in local eyes.(2) Significant events from the town's past will also be acted out by Canon Slade School students.(3) I knew it to be Tom, and was not pleased to think that soon he would ride past me, teasing and making jests.(4) These percentages of the simple verb form in the past were much lower than those for the simple present.(5) Clem is sitting in the corner and I have to negotiate my way past several people to reach him.(6) In their past nine matches they have lost seven times, and have scored just 15 times in the league all season.(7) he couldn't get past the front door(8) The three teenagers approached the victims as they walked along the alleyway past the town's bowling club.(9) Since Christmas however, she had changed her route because she couldn't face walking past it every day.(10) At half past midday, during lunch, PÔö£┬«tain announces the cessation of hostilities.(11) Perhaps foolishly I thought I was past getting excited by press releases.(12) she has a past history of epilepsy(13) We watched as they came past , and then took the shortcut home, up through the sheep field to the Abbey.(14) Another hour will go past before they have a result.(15) I used to walk past it every day, down a long, winding, black path to school in the morning.(16) He was riding past us now, so I looked up to see better what he looked like.
Related Words
(1) in the past ::
過去には
(2) past tense ::
過去形
(3) past participle ::
過去分詞
(4) simple past ::
シンプルな過去
(5) past simple ::
単純過去
(6) half past ::
時半
(7) go past ::
通り過ぎる
(8) the past ::
過去
(9) half past six ::
六時半
(10) past perfect ::
過去完了
Synonyms
Adjective
2. last ::
最終
3. previous ::
4. preceding ::
前の
Adverb
5. along ::
沿って
6. by ::
によって
Noun
7. history ::
歴史
8. past tense ::
過去形
9. yesteryear ::
往年
Preposition
10. in front of ::
の前に
11. beyond ::
超えて
Different Forms
past, pasted, pasts
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

And secondly, my mother is well past
having any kind of sex life.

And secondly, my mother is well PAST having any kind of sex life.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 1


...until our relationship
is past the initial viability test?

...until our relationship is PAST the initial viability test?

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 2


\'Cause it kind of feels
like we\'re past that.

'Cause it kind of feels like we're PAST that.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 20


Wait. What have you been doing
for the past six months?

Wait. What have you been doing for the PAST six months?

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 4


I couldn\'t get it past your gate.

I couldn't get it PAST your gate.

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 16


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