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Translation of "past" - English-Polish dictionary

past

adjective     /pɑːst/
BEFORE NOW [always before noun]
B1 having happened or existed before now poprzedni, wcześniejszy past relationships I know this from past experience.In the past
UNTIL NOW [always before noun]
B1 used to refer to a period of time before and until the present ostatni It's been raining for the past three days.In the past
FINISHED [never before noun]
Something that is past has now finished. należący do przeszłości My student days are past.In the past
past tense
A2 the form of the verb which is used to show what happened in the past czas przeszły Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
(Definition of past adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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