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by·pass

also by-pass (bī′păs′)
n.
1. A highway or section of a highway that passes around an obstructed or congested area.
2. A pipe or channel used to conduct gas or liquid around another pipe or a fixture.
3. A means of circumvention.
4. Electricity See shunt.
5. Medicine
a. An alternative passage created surgically to divert the flow of blood or other bodily fluid or circumvent an obstructed or diseased organ.
b. A surgical procedure to create such a channel: a coronary artery bypass; a gastric bypass.
tr.v. by·passed, by·pass·ing, by·pass·es also by-passed or by-pass·ing or by-pass·es
1. To avoid (an obstacle) by using an alternative channel, passage, or route.
2. To be heedless of; ignore: bypassed standard office procedures.
3. To channel (piped liquid, for example) through a bypass.

bypass

(ˈbaɪˌpɑːs)
n
1. (Civil Engineering) a main road built to avoid a city or other congested area
2. (General Engineering) any system of pipes or conduits for redirecting the flow of a liquid
3. (Mechanical Engineering) a means of redirecting the flow of a substance around an appliance through which it would otherwise pass
4. (Surgery) surgery
a. the redirection of blood flow, either to avoid a diseased blood vessel or in order to perform heart surgery. See coronary bypass
b. (as modifier): bypass surgery.
5. (Electronics) electronics
a. an electrical circuit, esp one containing a capacitor, connected in parallel around one or more components, providing an alternative path for certain frequencies
b. (as modifier): a bypass capacitor.
vb (tr) , -passes, -passing, -passed or -past
6. to go around or avoid (a city, obstruction, problem, etc)
7. to cause (traffic, fluid, etc) to go through a bypass
8. to proceed without reference to (regulations, a superior, etc); get round; avoid

by′pass`

or by′-pass`,



n., v. n.
1. a road enabling motorists to avoid a city or other heavy traffic points or to drive around an obstruction.
2. a surgical procedure in which a diseased or obstructed hollow organ is temporarily or permanently circumvented. Compare coronary bypass.
3. a secondary pipe or other channel connected with a main passage, as for conducting a liquid or gas around a fixture, pipe, or appliance.
v.t.
5. to avoid by following a bypass.
6. to cause (fluid or gas) to follow a secondary pipe or bypass.
7. to neglect to consult or to ignore the opinion or decision of: I bypassed the manager and took my complaint straight to the owner.
[1840–50]
by′pass`er, n.

by·pass

(bī′păs′)
An alternative pathway for the flow of blood or other body fluid, created by a surgeon as a detour around a blocked or diseased organ.

bypass


Past participle: bypassed/bypast
Gerund: bypassing

Imperative
bypass
bypass
Present
I bypass
you bypass
he/she/it bypasses
we bypass
you bypass
they bypass
Preterite
I bypassed/bypast
you bypassed/bypast
he/she/it bypassed/bypast
we bypassed/bypast
you bypassed/bypast
they bypassed/bypast
Present Continuous
I am bypassing
you are bypassing
he/she/it is bypassing
we are bypassing
you are bypassing
they are bypassing
Present Perfect
I have bypassed/bypast
you have bypassed/bypast
he/she/it has bypassed/bypast
we have bypassed/bypast
you have bypassed/bypast
they have bypassed/bypast
Past Continuous
I was bypassing
you were bypassing
he/she/it was bypassing
we were bypassing
you were bypassing
they were bypassing
Past Perfect
I had bypassed/bypast
you had bypassed/bypast
he/she/it had bypassed/bypast
we had bypassed/bypast
you had bypassed/bypast
they had bypassed/bypast
Future
I will bypass
you will bypass
he/she/it will bypass
we will bypass
you will bypass
they will bypass
Future Perfect
I will have bypassed/bypast
you will have bypassed/bypast
he/she/it will have bypassed/bypast
we will have bypassed/bypast
you will have bypassed/bypast
they will have bypassed/bypast
Future Continuous
I will be bypassing
you will be bypassing
he/she/it will be bypassing
we will be bypassing
you will be bypassing
they will be bypassing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bypassing
you have been bypassing
he/she/it has been bypassing
we have been bypassing
you have been bypassing
they have been bypassing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bypassing
you will have been bypassing
he/she/it will have been bypassing
we will have been bypassing
you will have been bypassing
they will have been bypassing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bypassing
you had been bypassing
he/she/it had been bypassing
we had been bypassing
you had been bypassing
they had been bypassing
Conditional
I would bypass
you would bypass
he/she/it would bypass
we would bypass
you would bypass
they would bypass
Past Conditional
I would have bypassed/bypast
you would have bypassed/bypast
he/she/it would have bypassed/bypast
we would have bypassed/bypast
you would have bypassed/bypast
they would have bypassed/bypast
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bypass - a highway that encircles an urban area so that traffic does not have to pass through the centerbypass - a highway that encircles an urban area so that traffic does not have to pass through the center
highway, main road - a major road for any form of motor transport
2.bypass - a surgically created shunt (usually around a damaged part)
shunt - a passage by which a bodily fluid (especially blood) is diverted from one channel to another; "an arteriovenus shunt"
3.bypass - a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the currentbypass - a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current
circuit, electric circuit, electrical circuit - an electrical device that provides a path for electrical current to flow
conductor - a device designed to transmit electricity, heat, etc.
Verb1.bypass - avoid something unpleasant or laborious; "You cannot bypass these rules!"
avoid - stay clear from; keep away from; keep out of the way of someone or something; "Her former friends now avoid her"

bypass

verb
1. get round, avoid, evade, circumvent, outmanoeuvre, body-swerve (Scot.) Regulators worry that controls could easily be bypassed.
2. go round, skirt, circumvent, depart from, deviate from, pass round, detour round Money for new roads to bypass cities.
go round meet, unite, join, cross, link, touch, connect, come together, adjoin, converge, intersect, abut
noun
1. ringroad, detour, alternative route, relief road A new bypass around the city is being built.

bypass

noun
The act, an instance, or a means of avoiding:
verb
1. To pass around but not through:
2. To keep away from:
Idioms: fight shy of, give a wide berth to, have no truck with, keep clear of.
Translations
جِرَاحَةُ تـَحْوِيلِ مَجْرى الشَرْيانمَمَر أو طَريق جانِبييَتَجَنَّب، يَلْتَف، يَدورُ حَوْل
obchvatobjetobjížďka
bypassoperationkøre udenomomfartsvejringvej
kiertäminenohittaaohitusleikkausohitustiesivuuttaa
srčana premosnica
fara framhjáhliîarbraut
バイパス
우회로
obchádzka
förbifartsled
ทางอ้อม
đường vòng

bypass

[ˈbaɪpɑːs]
A. N
1. (= road) → circunvalación f, carretera f de circunvalación
2. (Elec) → desviación f
3. (Med) → (operación f de) by-pass m
a heart bypassun by-pass de corazón
to have a humour/charisma bypass (hum) → no tener ni gota de sentido del humor/carisma
B. VT
1. [+ town] → evitar entrar en
2. (fig) [+ person, difficulty] → evitar
C. CPD bypass operation N(operación f de) by-pass m
bypass surgery Ncirugía f de by-pass

bypass

[ˈbaɪpɑːs]
n
(= road) → (route f de) contournement m
(= operation) → pontage m
vt
[+ city, place] → éviter
[+ controls] → éviterbypass operation npontage mby-product [ˈbaɪprɒdʌkt] n
[process] → sous-produit m, dérivé m
(= consequence) → conséquence f (indirecte), retombée f

bypass

n (= road)Umgehungsstraße f; (Med, Tech: = pipe etc) → Bypass m; he’s had a charisma/humour (Brit) or humor (US) bypass (inf)als Charisma/Humor verteilt wurde, haben sie ihn vergessen
vt town, villageumgehen; (Med) → umgehen; (Tech) fluid, gasumleiten; (fig) personübergehen; intermediate stage alsoüberspringen; difficultiesumgehen

bypass

:
bypass operation
bypass surgery
nBypasschirurgie f; to have bypasssich einer Bypassoperation unterziehen

bypass

[ˈbaɪˌpɑːs]
1. n (road) → circonvallazione f (Med) → by-pass m inv
2. vt (town) → (fare una deviazione per) evitare (fig) (person) → scavalcare; (difficulty) → aggirare

by

(bai) preposition
1. next to; near; at the side of. by the door; He sat by his sister.
2. past. going by the house.
3. through; along; across. We came by the main road.
4. used (in the passive voice) to show the person or thing which performs an action. struck by a stone.
5. using. He's going to contact us by letter; We travelled by train.
6. from; through the means of. I met her by chance; by post.
7. (of time) not later than. by 6 o'clock.
8. during the time of.
9. to the extent of. taller by ten centimetres.
10. used to give measurements etc. 4 metres by 2 metres.
11. in quantities of. fruit sold by the kilo.
12. in respect of. a teacher by profession.
adverb
1. near. They stood by and watched.
2. past. A dog ran by.
3. aside; away. money put by for an emergency.
ˈbygones: let bygones be bygones
to forgive and forget past causes of ill-feeling.
ˈbypass noun
a road which avoids an obstruction or a busy area. Take the bypass round the city.
verb
to avoid (a place) by taking such a road.
ˈby-product noun
something obtained or formed during the making of something else. Coal tar is a by-product of the process of obtaining gas from coal.
ˈbystander noun
a person who watches but does not take part.
by and by
after a short time. By and by, everyone went home.
by and large
mostly; all things considered. Things are going quite well, by and large.
by oneself
1. alone. He was standing by himself at the bus-stop.
2. without anyone else's help. He did the job (all) by himself.
by the way
incidentally. By the way, have you a moment to spare?

by is used for forms of transport: by train ; by aeroplane ; by land ; by sea

bypass

جِرَاحَةُ تـَحْوِيلِ مَجْرى الشَرْيان obchvat bypassoperation Umgehungsstraße παράκαμψη bypass ohitustie rocade srčana premosnica bypass バイパス 우회로 bypass omkjøring bypass bypass, ponte de safena шунтирование förbifartsled ทางอ้อม çevre yolu đường vòng 旁路

by·pass

n. pop. baipás, derivación.
1. conducto auxiliar, comunicación, derivación; v.
2. cambiar el curso de fluidos de un órgano o parte a otro a través de una nueva vía quirúrgica;
aortocoronary ______ aortocoronario o derivación aortocoronaria;
aortoiliac ______ aortoilíaco;
___ aortorenal___ aortorenal;
cardiopulmonary ___cardiopulmonar ___;
coronary ___derivación coronaria;
extracraneal-intracraneal ______ extracranial-intracranial;
internal mammary artery ___derivación de la arteria mamaria interna.

bypass

n derivación f, bypass m; cardiopulmonary — derivación or bypass cardiopulmonar; coronary artery — graft (CABG) injerto de derivación arterial coronaria; femoro-popliteal — derivación femoropoplítea, bypass femoro-poplíteo; gastric — derivación gástrica, bypass gástrico; triple (quadruple, etc.) — derivación or bypass triple (cuádruple, etc.)
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