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1 Translation result for to pass in Spanish

verb

pass verb

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passed, has passed, is passing, passes
pasar por; pasar, cruzarse; pasarse; adelantar; pasar (tiempo); transcurrir; ocurrir; aprobar (un examen, una ley); aprobar (en un examen); fallar

Example sentences of
pass verb

  • The boat was too tall to pass beneath the bridge.
  • A flock of geese were passing overhead.
  • They pass the library every morning on their way to school.
  • The ships passed each other in the night.
  • We passed each other in the hallway without looking up.
  • She passed two other runners just before the finish line.
  • He passed the slower cars on the highway.
  • The drug passes quickly into the bloodstream.
  • In a solar eclipse, the moon passes between the sun and the Earth.
  • The airplane passed out of sight.

Reverse translation for to pass

pasar  - to pass, to give, to pass, to go by, to come by, to pass (a test), to come in, to enter, to happen, to go over, to cross, to manage, to get by, to spend (time), to tolerate, to be over, to end, to go through, to suffer, to show (a movie, etc.), to overtake, to 
cruzarse  - to intersect, to meet, to pass each other 
pasarse  - to move, to pass, to go away, to slip one's mind, to forget, to go too far 
adelantar  - to advance, to move forward, to overtake, to pass, to reveal (information) in advance, to advance, to lend (money) 
pasar  (tiempo) - to pass, to give, to pass, to go by, to come by, to pass (a test), to come in, to enter, to happen, to go over, to cross, to manage, to get by, to spend (time), to tolerate, to be over, to end, to go through, to suffer, to show (a movie, etc.), to overtake, to 
transcurrir  - to elapse, to pass 
ocurrir  - to occur, to happen, to take place 
aprobar  (un examen, una ley) - to pass (in school), to approve of, to pass (a law, an exam), to okay 
aprobar  (en un examen) - to pass (in school), to approve of, to pass (a law, an exam), to okay 
fallar  - to miss (a target), to fail, to go wrong, to rule (in a court of law), to pronounce judgment on 
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