v. re·passed, re·pass·ing, re·pass·es
1. To pass (something) again.
2. To cause to pass again in the opposite direction.
To pass again; go by again.
re·pas′sage (-ĭj) n.
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1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (tr) to pass (a law, etc) again
2. (intr) literary to return by the way one has come, to go by again in the opposite direction
3. (tr) literary to pass by, over, or through (something) again
4. (tr) literary to cause (something) to pass by, over or through again
archaic a passing again, the act of repassing
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Past participle: repassed
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repass[ˈriːˈpɑːs] VT → repasar
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