pass verb (GO PAST) translate to Traditional Chinese
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pass

verb (GO PAST)
經過
 
 
/pɑːs/ US  /pæs/
[I or T] to go past something or someone or move in relation to it or them
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。
General words for movement
[T] to go past a particular point in time
(時間)過去,流逝
Don't buy goods which have passed their sell-by date.
不要購買過了銷售期限的商品。
Spending time and time passing
[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。
Appearing and disappearing
(Definition of pass verb (GO PAST) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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