English to Japanese Meaning :: pass

"passing" derived from "pass"

Pass :
パス
パス, 峠, 突き, 入場許可証通る, 通り過ぎる, 過ぎる, 経る, 過ぎ去る, 過ぎ行く, 追い越す, 乗り越す, 過ごす, 経つ, 超す, 回る, 廻る, 為る, 一過する - パス渡されました通行人通行人パス通過
 
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Noun(1) (baseball(2) (military(3) (American football(4) the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks(5) any authorization to pass or go somewhere(6) a document indicating permission to do something without restrictions(7) a flight or run by an aircraft over a target(8) a bad or difficult situation or state of affairs(9) a difficult juncture(10) one complete cycle of operations (as by a computer(11) an automatic advance to the next round in a tournament without playing an opponent(12) a permit to enter or leave a military installation(13) a complimentary ticket(14) a usually brief attempt(15) (sports(16) success in satisfying a test or requirement
Verb(1) go across or through(2) move past(3) make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation(4) pass by(5) place into the hands or custody of(6) stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point(7) travel past(8) come to pass(9) go unchallenged; be approved(10) use up a period of time in a specific way(11) pass over, across, or through(12) transmit information(13) disappear gradually(14) go successfully through a test or a selection process(15) be superior or better than some standard(16) accept or judge as acceptable
Adjective(1) of advancing the ball by throwing it

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(1) They apologised for blocking the road and let me pass , slowly crunching snow under my tyres.(2) ÔÇÿHe suffers from a bladder problem which means he has to pass urine frequently and urgently,ÔÇÖ he said.(3) Upon starting the tour, you receive a boarding pass with a name of a passenger.(4) she made a pass at Stephen(5) He drew the cover defence to pass to Johnny McGahan who ran half the pitch to score near the posts.(6) Overall, the percentage of students achieving a pass has increased to 98 per cent.(7) He never, in any way, made a pass at me, although he took an enormous interest in me as a person.(8) An existing fish pass has fallen into disrepair and is not maintained, resulting in fish finding it hard to get upriver to spawn.(9) The last two of the accused were found guilty today and the judge announced he will pass sentence on all the defendants tomorrow.(10) He and the woman were having a drink together when she made a pass at him.(11) But if the copyright is not worth even $1 to the owner, then we believe the work should pass into the public domain.(12) My media pass only permitted access to the Grandstand, where the dress rules were more relaxed.(13) The whole thing can now be done with a single pass , using a single repository and that's a big boon.(14) Fish struggling to find their way through a fish pass have been given a helping hand by the Environment Agency.(15) Every two years they have to take a refresher course and pass the test.(16) In one of the tests, five 5000 lb pallets were offloaded in a single pass .
Related Words
(1) pass out ::
配ります
(2) boarding pass ::
搭乗券
(3) pass away ::
亡くなる
(4) pass by ::
通り過ぎます
(5) pass through ::
通過
(6) pass on ::
渡します
(7) pass up ::
渡します
(8) pass over ::
渡します
(9) pass off ::
やみます
(10) pass down ::
伝える
Synonyms
Noun
1. permit ::
許可
2. kick ::
キック
3. route ::
ルート
5. flip ::
フリップ
6. passing ::
通過
7. bye ::
バイ
8. walk ::
歩く
9. passport ::
パスポート
10. strait ::
海峡
11. offer ::
提供
13. mountain pass ::
Verb
14. go ::
行きます
15. overtake ::
追い越します
16. elapse ::
経過
17. occupy ::
占める
19. kick ::
キック
20. be transferred ::
転送します
21. happen ::
起こります
22. abate ::
弱まります
23. surpass ::
凌ぎます
24. be successful in ::
で成功します
25. approve ::
認めます
27. declare ::
宣言する
28. discharge ::
流出
29. fall ::
30. go through ::
通り抜けます
31. clear ::
明確な
32. fade ::
フェード
33. communicate ::
コミュニケート
34. make it ::
それを作ります
35. give ::
与える
36. guide ::
ガイド
37. overstep ::
オーバーステップ
38. make pass ::
パスを作ります
40. overhaul ::
オーバーホール
41. spend ::
費やす
42. expire ::
切れます
43. legislate ::
立法をします
44. extend ::
延ばします
45. sink ::
シンク
46. eliminate ::
省きます
47. go by ::
過ぎる
Adjective
48. passing ::
通過
Antonyms
1. continue ::
持続する
2. persist ::
持続
Different Forms
pass, passed, passer, passers, passes
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