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Translation of "pass" - English-Korean dictionary

pass

verb   /pɑːs/
A2 to succeed at a test or an exam (시험에) 통과하다 I passed my driving test the first time.
B1 to go past something or someone (무엇을) 지나가다 She passed me this morning on the street. Cars kept passing us on the motorway.
B1 to go in a particular direction (특정 방향으로) 나아가다 Another plane passed over our heads. We pass through your neighbourhood on the way home.
B1 to give something to someone 전해주다 Could you pass the salt, please?
B1 If a period of time passes, it happens. (시간이) 흐르다 Four years have passed since that day.
pass (the) time to spend time doing something 시간을 보내다 We played a few games to pass the time.
pass a law, measure, etc. to officially approve something and make it into a law or rule (법안등이) 통과하다 The government passed a law to restrict the sale of guns.
in sports, to throw or kick a ball to someone else (구기종목에서) 공을 패스하다 Edwards passes to Brinkworth.
(Definition of pass verb from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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