pass.


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pass.

abbr.
1. passage
2. passive

pass.

abbreviation for
passive
References in classic literature ?
All those officers, when they see what I carry under the cloth, pull up their horses and kneel down on the ground in the road until we pass.
Without a word he shook his reins, the horses turned, and we swept into the darkness of the pass.
And they would continue to take program from him, as they had always taken it, or else they would swiftly and suddenly pass.
He, as a member, soon or late, and late was very near, must pass.
This is one of the times I KNOW I'm not going to pass.
These frozen masses, during the process of thawing, had in some parts been converted into pinnacles or columns, [4] which, as they were high and close together, made it difficult for the cargo mules to pass.
Davis hooked up with Davion Archie on a 28-yard touchdown pass.
It is called "Match" and can only be utilized when the defensive "Point" (X4) can be an equal or have a defensive advantage over the pass receiver taking the reverse pass.
In this way, Morrison refuses us visible proof of Sing's ability to pass.
If the annuity contract has expired, the successor's stock basis is determined by the amount actually paid under the PASS.
3) should take the first and the second perimeter pass.