Meaning of “past” - Learner’s Dictionary

past

adverb, preposition us uk /pɑːst/
Extra Examples
Past the large building on the right you'll find a chemist.The college is past the office block on the left.It's coming up on the right, just past the supermarket.The studio is on Midland Road, 50 metres past the garage.Helen's just bought the bakery, the one that's just past the off-licence.
FURTHER

A2 further than:

I live on Station Road, just past the Post Office.
UP TO AND FURTHER

A2 up to and further than someone or something:

Three boys went past us on mountain bikes.
I've just seen the bus go past.
AFTER HOUR

A1 used to say 'after' the hour when you are saying what time it is:

It's five past three.
AFTER LIMIT

B2 after a particular time or age limit:

This bacon is past its sell-by date.
past it informal

too old to do something

(Definition of “past adverb, preposition” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)