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pass out

phrasal verb with pass  us   /pæs/ verb
  • (UNCONSCIOUS)

to become unconscious: He passed out from the heat.
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pass out

phrasal verb with pass uk   /pɑːs/  us   /pæs/ verb
  • (LEAVE COLLEGE)

UK to leave a military college after successfully finishing the course: The new officers passed out from Britannia Royal Naval College on Thursday 1 August .
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