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passage

noun /ˈpӕsidʒ/
a long narrow way through, eg a corridor through a building
der Durchgang
There was a dark passage leading down to the river between tall buildings.
a part of a piece of writing or music
die Passage
That is my favourite passage from the Bible.
(usually of time) the act of passing
das Vorübergehen
the passage of time.
a journey by boat
die Überfahrt
He paid for his passage by working as a steward.
(Definition of passage from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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