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Translation of "past" - English-Russian dictionary

past

noun
 
 
/pɑːst/
the past B1 the time before the present and all the things that happened then
прошлое
In the past people would bathe once a month.Specific periods of timeIn the past
A2 the form of the verb which is used to show what happened in the past
прошедшее время
Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
sb's past B1 all of the things that someone has done in their life
чье-либо прошлое
I knew nothing about his past.Events and occurrencesAccidents and disasters
Translations of “past”
in Spanish pasado…
in Vietnamese thời quá khứ…
in Thai รูปกริยาแสดงเหตุการณ์ในอดีต…
in Malaysian lampau…
in French passé…
in German früher…
in Indonesian bentuk lampau…
in Chinese (Simplified) 以前, 过去…
in Chinese (Traditional) 以前, 過去…
(Definition of past noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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