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French-English translation for: passer
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VERB1   passer | passe | avoir [vieilli]/être passé | passant
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VERB2   se passer | me passe | s'être passé | se passant
NOUN   a passer | passers
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SYNO   passer | passer-by | passerby ... 
passer (qc.)
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to pass (sth.)
passerto run [road, railway, railroad, boundary]
film passerto be showing
passerto stop by
passer qc. [dépasser]to pass sth. [go past]
passer qc. [dépasser]to go past sth.
passer qc. [donner]to pass sth. [give, hand over]
passer qc. [examen]to sit sth. [exam]
passer qc. [examen]to take sth. [exam]
Nouns
passant {m}passer-by
passante {f}passer-by [female]
sport passeur {m} [sport]passer
sport passeuse {f} [sport]passer [female]
2 Words: Verbs
faire passer qc.to pass sth. on
faire passer qc. [accord]to push sth. through
cuis. faire passer qc. [café]to filter sth.
faire passer qc. [interview]to hold sth.
faire passer qc. [réforme]to put sth. through
passer chercher qn./qc.to come to pick sb./sth. up
passer chercher qn./qc.to go to pick sb./sth. up
passer inaperçuto go unnoticed
passer inaperçuto go unregarded
passer inaperçuto pass unheeded
passer l'aspirateurto hoover [Br.]
passer l'aspirateurto vacuum [coll.]
passer l'éponge [fig.]to forget the past
passer par qc. [aussi fig.]to go through sth. [also fig.]
passer prendre qn./qc.to collect sb./sth. [pick up]
passer professionnelto turn professional
se passerto happen
3 Words: Verbs
comm. passer (une) commandeto put in an order
passer à l'acteto act
passer à l'actionto take action
mil. passer à l'action [troupes]to spring into action
mil. sport passer à l'attaqueto go onto the attack
mil. sport passer a l'attaqueto move onto the attack
passer à l'offensiveto take the offensive
mil. passer à l'offensiveto go on the offensive
cuis. passer du caféto brew coffee
passer du tempsto spend time
passer l'éponge sur qc. [fig.]to forget all about sth.
passer la nuitto stay overnight
passer la nuitto spend the night
passer la nuitto stay for the night
passer la serpillièreto wash the floor
passer outre à qc.to pay no heed to sth.
passer qc. au crible [aussi fig.]to sift through sth. [also fig.]
passer qc. en revueto review sth. [performance, progress, success, troops]
passer qc. en revueto go over sth. [details]
passer qc. en revueto run over sth. [arrangements]
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