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Pass — synonyms, pass antonyms, definition

1. pass (Noun)

64 synonyms
Flip access admission advance approach assurance base on balls bye canyon channel cleft condition covenant crack crossing defile engagement entrance entry fling • • •
16 definitions

pass (Noun) — (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls. ex. "he worked the pitcher for a pass"

pass (Noun) — (military) a written leave of absence. ex. "he had a pass for three days"

pass (Noun) — (American football) a play that involves one player throwing the ball to a teammate. ex. "the coach sent in a pass on third and long"

pass (Noun) — The location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks. ex. "we got through the pass before it started to snow"

pass (Noun) — Any authorization to go somewhere. ex. "the pass to visit had a strict time limit"

pass (Noun) — A document indicating permission to do something without restrictions. ex. "the media representatives had special passes"

pass (Noun) — A flight or run by an aircraft over a target. ex. "the plane turned to make a second pass"

pass (Noun) — A bad or difficult situation or state of affairs.

pass (Noun) — A difficult juncture. ex. "a pretty pass"

pass (Noun) — One complete cycle of operations (as by a computer). ex. "it was not possible to complete the computation in a single pass"

pass (Noun) — An instance of advancing to the next round in a tournament without playing an opponent. ex. "he had a pass in the first round"

pass (Noun) — (military) a permit to enter or leave a military installation. ex. "he had to show his pass in order to get out"

pass (Noun) — A complimentary ticket. ex. "the star got passes for his family"

pass (Noun) — A usually brief attempt. ex. "he took a pass at it"

pass (Noun) — (sport) the act of throwing the ball to another member of your team. ex. "the pass was fumbled"

pass (Noun) — Success in satisfying a test or requirement. ex. "he got a pass in introductory chemistry"

28 types of
accomplishment achievement attempt conceding concession cycle effort endeavor endeavour flight flying football play juncture leave leave of absence licence license location occasion oscillation • • •
27 types
Brenner Pass Cumberland Gap Donner Pass Khyber Pass aerial boarding card boarding pass centering centreing centring col defile desperate straits dire straits forward pass gap gorge hall pass lateral lateral pass • • •
6 parts of
chain chain of mountains mountain chain mountain range range range of mountains
6 topics
computer computing device computing machine data processor electronic computer information processing system

2. pass (Verb)

195 synonyms
abort absent advance alight allow announce approve assign authorise authorize bear bequeath blow over bring buy the farm carry cash in one's chips cease cede certify • • •
1 antonym
25 definitions

pass (Verb) — Go across or through. ex. "We passed the point where the police car had parked"

pass (Verb) — Move past. ex. "A black limousine passed by when she looked out the window" ex. "He passed his professor in the hall"

pass (Verb) — Make laws, bills, etc. or bring into effect by legislation. ex. "They passed the amendment"

pass (Verb) — Become later by the passage of a given amount of time. ex. "three years passed"

pass (Verb) — Place into the hands or custody of. ex. "pass me the spoon, please"

pass (Verb) — Stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point. ex. "Service passes all the way to Cranbury"

pass (Verb) — Travel past. ex. "The sports car passed all the trucks"

pass (Verb) — (of an event) come to pass (in time, so that it is real and actual at some time). ex. "What is passing off?"

pass (Verb) — Go unchallenged; be approved. ex. "The bill passed the House"

pass (Verb) — Pass time in a specific way. ex. "how are you passing your summer vacation?"

pass (Verb) — Pass over, across, or through. ex. "He passed his eyes over her body"

pass (Verb) — Transmit information. ex. "pass along the good news" ex. "Please pass on this message to all employees"

pass (Verb) — Disappear gradually. ex. "The pain eventually passed off"

pass (Verb) — Go successfully through a test or a selection process. ex. "She passed the new Jersey Bar Exam and can practice law now"

pass (Verb) — Be superior or better than some standard. ex. "She passed our expectations"

pass (Verb) — Accept or judge as acceptable. ex. "The teacher passed the student although he was weak"

pass (Verb) — Allow to go without comment or censure. ex. "the insult passed as if unnoticed"

pass (Verb) — Transfer to another; of rights or property. ex. "Our house passed under his official control"

pass (Verb) — Pass into a specified state or condition. ex. "He passed into nirvana"

pass (Verb) — Throw (a ball) to another player. ex. "Smith passed"

pass (Verb) — Be inherited by. ex. "The estate passed to my sister"

pass (Verb) — Cause to pass. ex. "She passed around the plates"

pass (Verb) — Grant authorization or clearance for. ex. "The rock star never passed this slanderous biography"

pass (Verb) — Pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life. ex. "She passed away from cancer"

pass (Verb) — Expel from the body. ex. "Pass a kidney stone"

48 types of
advance allow be bring home the bacon change change hands change owners change state come through communicate convey countenance deliver the goods disappear discharge eject enact evaluate excel exhaust • • •
236 types
O.K. abort ace acknowledge anticipate approbate approve arise asphyxiate backfire backlash barf be sick bechance befall bespeak betide blunder break break through • • •
3 see also
pass around pass on pass over

3. pass (Adjective)

1 definition

pass (Adjective) — (football) of advancing the ball by throwing it. ex. "a pass play"