Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pass"

The meaning of "Pass" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does pass away mean?
Q: What does I'm sure you will pass them all mean?
A: I will break it down:
I'm sure - yes I know
You will pass - good marks
Them all - everything

= I know you will get good marks on everything
Q: What does make a pass at someone mean?
A: Here, it means to make advances, or to show interest in. Flirting, basically.

'I made a pass at her, but she turned me down.'
Q: What does pass up mean?
A: It means "to refuse" something or "to miss out on" something. For example, "Don't pass up this opportunity to make some extra money!"
Q: What does 'pass over' mean?
A: In what context? Pass over can mean to give it a miss or simply the action of handing it to someone or even just go across.

He was passed over in the basketball selection.

Can you pass over they ketchup?

We just passed over the swan river.

Example sentences using "Pass"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pass away.
A: she passed away last year=she died last year
Q: Please show me example sentences with 🎈150. what passes for normal.
A: I can explain a bit more. If something "passes for" it would be accepted, it would be what happens, something unremarkable (normally in a certain setting).

"Sadly, rehearsed answers are what passes for debate in the Church."

"A yukata is what passes for evening wear at the onsen."

"I think I could pass for a ninja, in a dimly lit room."

So, it seems to be used in a neutral or mild negative way. I can't think of a positive use for it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pass out.
A: "I think I will pass out, if I don't drink any water"

"Tony, would you please pass out the books?"

Q: Please show me example sentences with passing by.
A: I was just passing by.

I passed by Los Angeles on my way to San Diego.

She passed by me without even saying hi.

The time is slowly passing by.

Many months passed by without a drop of rain.
Q: Please show me example sentences with In passing.
A: ¿Puedes darme un ejemplo donde has oído esto? No pienso que ese frase sea común.

Synonyms of "Pass" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pass away and pass out ?
A: pass away = to die
pass out = to faint
Q: What is the difference between pass on and pass away ?
A: "pass away" means "die"
"pass on" can mean "die" or "give to the next person"
Q: What is the difference between 'pass it' and 'pass it on' ?
A: If I am empty handed without a ball. I may ask my friend to "pass it" which means, "pass me the ball".

If I see someone with the ball and they're not passing the ball, I will say, "pass it on". Which means, "keep passing the ball".

Q: What is the difference between pass out and pass away ?
A: Pass out means to fall asleep, either through extreme tiredness, or drunkenness. To pass away means to die.
Q: What is the difference between "they shall not pass" and "they not pass" ?
A: they shall no pass- Ellos no deben pasar
the not pass- Ellos no pasan

Translations of "Pass"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pass me
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this too shall pass
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mere pass abhi time nhi h
A: I don't have time, right now ?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mere pass paise to bahut hai par me kharch nahi karana chahata
A: I have a lot of money but I don't want to spend it.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mere pass samay hota toh main tumhare sath Bazar jaroor jaati
A: if i hv a time i will surely go to market with u

Other questions about "Pass"

Q: 'I hope I have your pass the exam to JLPT' does this sound natural?
A: Sorry I don't quite understand.

I think you meant one of the sentences below:

I hope you pass your JLPT exam.

I hope you can pass the JLPT exam.

I hope I pass the JLPT exam.

I hope I can pass the JLPT exam.
Q: If you want to play You have to bet 50 on the pass line, if you throw 7 or 11 you will win, but if you throw 2, 3, or 12 you will lose, if you do not throw any of those numbers, we will mark the point with any of those are above 4,5,6,8,9,10 and to win again in the pass line you must repeat the number you marked with the button, if 7 drops before that number, you lose does this sound natural?
A: with any of those THAT are above
Q: With the pass of time does this sound natural?
A: @staskilev: I think it would be easier to understand if you gave an example sentence of if we knew the context 😉 but I think it would sound more natural to say "With the passing of time" :)
Q: I just passed over 6ft tall! does this sound natural?
A: Is this about height? If so, it may be a little better to say "I just grew over six feet tall!"
Q: I let her pass this letter to you because she wants it. does this sound natural?
A: "I let her bring this letter to you because she wanted to".
"Passing" something to someone means the thing passed travels a very short distance. For example, if you are at the table and cannot reach the salt, you'd say "please pass the salt".
Also, "to want it" means either to want a physical object or to want someone else to do something to you. "I bought candy for my child because she wanted it." or "I punched him because he wanted it."

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