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pass

noun [C] (DOCUMENT)
文件
 
 
/pɑːs/ US  /pæs/
an official document or ticket which shows that you have the right to go somewhere or use a particular form of transport
通行证,出入证;乘车证
a bus pass
公共汽车乘车证
a boarding pass
登机牌
My guest pass allows me to use the club's facilities free of charge.
我有贵宾证,可以免费使用该俱乐部的设施。
Tickets
mainly US a document which allows a student to leave a class for a particular reason
免课证(允许某一学生为特殊原因不上课的一种证件)
She had a pass to go to the library.
她有去图书馆的证件。
Schools in general
(Definition of pass noun (DOCUMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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