Translation of "pass" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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passverb

uk /pɑːs/ us /pæs/

pass verb (GO PAST)

B1 [ I or T ] to go past something or someone or move in relation to it, him, or her

經過,路過
I passed him on the stairs this morning. 今天早上我在樓梯上與他擦肩而過。
You should only pass a slower vehicle if it is safe to do so. 只有在安全的情況下,你才應該超越較慢的車輛。
If you pass a supermarket, could you get me some milk? 你若是路過超市的話,幫我買些牛奶好嗎?
I was just passing by (= going past the place where you are), so I thought I'd drop in for a chat. 我正好路過,所以想進來聊聊。
A momentary look of anxiety passed across his face. 他臉上閃過一絲焦慮的神情。
A cloud passed over the sun. 一朵雲飄過,遮住了太陽。

[ T ] to go past a particular point in time

(時間)過去,流逝
Don't buy goods that have passed their sell-by date. 不要購買過了銷售期限的商品。

C2 [ I ] If you say a state or feeling will pass, you mean it will disappear.

(某一狀態或感情)消失
Don't worry, his depression is only temporary - it'll soon pass. 別擔心,他的消沉只是暫時的——很快就會過去。

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pass verb (SUCCEED)

A2 [ I or T ] to be successful in an exam, course, etc.

通過(考試、課程等)
Guess what? I've passed my driving test! 你猜怎麼了?我通過駕駛考試了!
The exam is so hard that only five percent of all applicants pass. 考試太難了,所有考生中只有5%通過。

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pass verb (GIVE)

B1 [ T ] to give something to someone

傳遞,傳送
Could you pass the salt please? 你能把鹽遞給我嗎?
I asked if I could see the letter, so she passed it to me reluctantly. 我問能不能看看那封信,她就很不情願地把信遞給我。
[ + two objects ] Gerald passed me the note./Gerald passed the note to me. 傑拉爾德把便條遞給我。
Genes are the means by which parents' characteristics are passed on to their children. 基因是一系列的遺傳指令,父母的特徵透過它們遺傳給子女。

C2 [ I or T ] In sports, if you pass the ball, you kick, throw, or hit it to someone in your team.

傳(球)

[ T ] If you pass money, you give someone false or stolen money without telling them.

使用(假鈔或偷來的錢)
[ + two objects ] I haven't trusted him since he passed me a forged $100 bill. 自從他給了我一張五英鎊的假鈔後,我就不信任他了。
She was arrested for passing stolen cheques. 她因使用偷來的支票而被捕。

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pass verb (TIME)

B1 [ I ] When time passes, it goes past.

(時間)推移,流逝
Time seems to pass (by) so slowly when you're bored. 百無聊賴時,時間似乎過得很慢。
I was a little worried about the party, but the evening passed without any great disasters. 我有點為晚會擔心,但是一個晚上過去了,並沒有出甚麼大紕漏。

B2 [ T ] If you pass a period of time, you do something to stop yourself being bored during that period.

消磨,打發(時間)
The visitors pass their days swimming, windsurfing, and playing volleyball. 遊客藉游泳、玩風浪板和打排球來消磨時間。

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pass verb (APPROVE)

B2 [ T ] (of an official group of people) to give approval to something, especially by voting to make it law

通過,批准
The government passed a law to restrict the sale of guns. 政府通過了一項限制槍械買賣的法律。
The food supplement had been passed as safe for human consumption. 該餐廳供應的肉食並未通過是否適合食用的檢驗。

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pass verb (JUDGE)

pass judgment, comment, etc.

to express a judgment or opinion about something, especially someone else's behaviour

作出評判/評論等
As a convicted criminal, he's in no position to pass judgment (on the rest of us). 他是已定罪的罪犯,沒資格(對我們其他人)品頭論足。
pass sentence

to say officially, as a judge, what a criminal's official punishment will be

宣判

pass verb (EXCRETE)

[ T ] formal to remove waste from the body

排泄,分泌
to pass urine 排尿
pass blood formal

to have blood in your urine or faeces (= solid waste)

有便血
If you pass blood, you should go and see your doctor. 如果你有便血的話就應該就醫。

pass verb (NOT PLAY)

[ I ] to choose not to play in a part of a game or not to answer a question in a quiz

(紙牌遊戲中不出牌或競賽中不回答問題時的用語)過

pass verb (CHANGE)

[ I usually + adv/prep ] to change from one state to another

(狀態)變化,轉化
Wax passes from solid to liquid when you heat it. 蠟受熱後會從固體變成液體。

passnoun

uk /pɑːs/ us /pæs/

pass noun (EXAM RESULT)

B2 [ C ] UK a successful result in an exam

(考試)及格,通過
Jon Hill achieved two grade A passes at A-level. 喬納森‧希爾在高級證書考試中取得了 A 等成績。

[ C ] US a successful result in a course or exam for which the student will not be given a mark

及格分數;考試及格
I got a pass in my Literature course. 我修習的世界文學課程考試及格了。

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pass noun (BALL)

C2 [ C ] a movement of the ball from one player to another member of the same team in a team sport

傳球(動作)

pass noun (DOCUMENT)

B1 [ C ] an official document or ticket showing that you have the right to go somewhere or use a particular form of transport

通行證,出入證;乘車證
a bus pass 公共汽車乘車證
a boarding pass 登機證
My guest pass allows me to use the club's facilities free of charge. 我有貴賓證,可以免費使用該俱樂部的設施。

[ C ] mainly US a document that allows a student to leave a class for a particular reason

免課證(允許某一學生因為特殊原因而離開課堂的一種證件)
She had a pass to go to the library. 她有去圖書館的證件。

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pass noun (PATH)

[ C ] a path or road between or over mountains

山路,山口;要隘
a mountain pass 山口

pass noun (BAD SITUATION)

[ S ] a difficult or unpleasant condition

困境,令人不快的境遇
If I'd been aware things had reached such a pass, I'd have told the police. 我要是知道事情已到了這步田地,早就報警了。
UK It's come to a pretty pass (= it's a bad situation) when you can't even have a few quiet drinks with some friends. 當你連和幾個朋友安靜地喝幾杯也不行時,處境就真是糟透了。

pass noun (SEXUAL ACTION)

make a pass at sb informal

to speak to or touch someone in a way that shows you would like to start a sexual relationship with them

與(某人)調情;勾引(某人)

(Translation of “pass” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)