pass verb (GO PAST)
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。
- Stand aside, please, and let these people pass.
- He took a step backwards to allow her to pass.
- The ship passed Land's End, then steered towards southern Ireland.
- She affectionately ruffled his hair with her hand as she passed.
- After a strong start, she was passed by several runners on the final lap and finished ninth.
pass verb (SUCCEED)
- She's been trying to pass her driving test for six years and she's finally succeeded.
- After all his hard work, he certainly ought to pass his exams.
- I passed in history but failed in chemistry.
- The teacher expected her to pass the exam without any difficulty.
- I took a flute exam last month and I'm still waiting to hear whether I passed.
pass verb (GIVE)
B1 [ T ] to give something to someone傳遞，傳送
[ + 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。
pass verb (TIME)
pass verb (APPROVE)
- The jury passed a verdict of guilty, with an appeal to the judge for clemency.
- This legislation won't be passed during the life of the present parliament.
- The motion was passed.
- It's one of the most ridiculous laws that has ever been passed.
- The two countries are resuming negotiations after a new resolution was passed by the Security Council.
pass verb (JUDGE)
pass judgment, comment, etc.
pass verb (EXCRETE)
pass verb (NOT PLAY)
pass verb (CHANGE)
pass noun (EXAM RESULT)
I got a pass in my Literature course. 我修習的世界文學課程考試及格了。
pass noun (BALL)
pass noun (DOCUMENT)
a bus pass 公共汽車乘車證
a boarding pass 登機證
She had a pass to go to the library. 她有去圖書館的證件。
- Annie's the film critic for the local radio station, so she's got a free pass for all the cinemas in the area.
- The official at the gate checked our passes.
- You need a security pass to enter the building.
- All passengers will require a boarding pass and a valid passport.
- They gave me a backstage pass and I met some of the actors.