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pass

verb (GIVE)
 
 
/pɑːs/ US  /pæs/
[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 instructions 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。
Giving, providing and supplying
[I or T] In several sports, if you pass the ball, you kick, throw or hit it to someone in your team.
傳(球)
General terms used in ball sports
[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 £5 note.
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。
Trafficking and racketeering
(Definition of pass verb (GIVE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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