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French-English translation for: pass over
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passer (qc.)to pass (sth.)
réussirto pass [be successful in]
s'évanouirto pass out
géogr. col {m} [montagne]pass [mountain pass]
contremarque {f} [billet]pass-out ticket
éduc. moyenne {f}pass mark [Br.]
éduc. être reçuto pass
transiter parto pass through
carte {f} d'embarquementboarding pass
par-dessus {adv} {prep}over
accourirto rush over
basculerto topple (over)
dépasser qn./qc.to pass sb./sth. [go past]
livrer qc.to pass sth. on [document]
passer qc. [dépasser]to pass sth. [go past]
passer qc. [donner]to pass sth. [give, hand over]
repasser [retourner voir]to pass by again [revisit]
coupe-file {m}pass [which gives permission to avoid queueing]
vêt. pull-over {m}sweater
pol. adopter une loito pass a law
loc. tourner de l'œilto pass out [faint]
faire passer un messageto pass on a message
faire porter le chapeau [loc.]to pass the buck [idiom]
Unverified porter un jugement sur qn./qc.to pass judgement on sb./sth.
éduc. réussir à un examento pass an exam
tomber dans les pommes [fam.] [s'évanouir]to pass out [to faint]
loc. réussir un examen haut la mainto pass with flying colours [Br.]
complaisant {adj} [trop indulgent]over-indulgent
sur {prep}over [also: position of superiority]
considérer qc.to mull over sth.
culbuter qn./qc.to knock sb./sth. over
détailler qn.to look sb. over [scrutinize]
dominer qc.to tower over / above sth. [edifice etc.]
enjamber qn./qc.to step over sb./sth.
fignoler qc. [soigner]to take great pains over sth.
garder qn./qc.to watch over sb./sth.
marchander qc.to haggle over sth.
renverser qn./qc.to knock sb./sth. over
ressasser qc.to brood over sth.
surmonter qc.to get over sth.
survoler qc.to fly over sth.
traverser qc.to go over sth. [cross]
passe {f} [transmission de ballon, passage navigable, passage dans un programme]pass [ball transfer, river channel, single scan through a set of data or program]
passe {m} [permit de passage, laisser-passer, can. : titre de transport (abonnement)]pass [card or document giving entry, access to transport etc.]
là-bas {adv}over there
par ici {adv}over here
par {adv}over there
chicaner sur qc.to quibble over sth.
chipoter (qc./sur qc.) [marchander]to haggle over sth.
faire tomber qn./qc.to knock sb./sth. over
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