Bedeutung von “past” im Essential English Dictionary


adverb, preposition uk /pɑːst/

A2 farther than:

I live on Station Road, just past the Post Office.
I live on Maple Street, just past the high school.

A2 up to and further than someone or something:

Three boys went past us on mountain bikes.
I’ve just seen the bus go past.

above a particular age or farther than a particular point:

She’s past the age where she needs a babysitter.

A1 mainly UK used to say ‘after’ the hour when you are saying what time it is:

It’s five past three.

(Definition von “past adverb, preposition” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)