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Spanish translation of “pass”

pass

noun
a ticket or card allowing a person to do something, eg to travel free or to get in to a building
permiso, pase
You must show your pass before entering.
a successful result in an examination, especially when below a distinction, honours etc
aprobado
There were ten passes and no fails.
(in ball games) a throw, kick, hit etc of the ball from one player to another
pase
The centre-forward made a pass towards the goal.
(Definition of pass from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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