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Meaning of “pass” - Learner’s Dictionary

pass

noun [C]     /pɑːs/
TEST
B2 a successful result in a test or a course: A pass is above 60%.Classes, courses and courseworkSchool and vocational qualifications
DOCUMENT
B1 an official document that allows you to do something: a bus/rail pass You need a pass to get into the building.Tickets
SPORTS
in sports, a throw or kick of a ball to someone elseGeneral terms used in ball sports
PATH
a narrow path between two mountains: a mountain pass →  See also boarding pass Routes and roads in generalHills and mountains
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