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Pass By Phrasal Verb

  1. Pass Out Phrasal Verb Meaning
  2. Use Of Pass By Phrasal Verb
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Pass Out Phrasal Verb Meaning

Dec 5, 2018 - Phrasal verbs with PASS! Learn pass away meaning, pass by meaning, pass down meaning, pass off meaning, pass on meaning, pass out meaning, pass over meaning, pass through meaning, pass round meaning.with examples and ESL printable pictures. Lesson 533 - Pass by Pass away Pass out Pass on Pass up Phrasal Verb by Socheat ThinThis lesson we are learning about phrasal verbs of the verb PASS.

Use Of Pass By Phrasal Verb

Pass definition: 1. To go past something or someone or move in relation to it, him, or her: 2. Pass It On - to share; to spread it around; to give to others. My sister has the flu. I hope, she doesn't pass it on to me. My teacher gave me all the tests, she told me to take a test and pass them on. When I finish reading the book. I will pass it on to my friends. Please take some food and pass. Meaning: Miss an opportunity. Example: The chance for promotion PASSED me BY. Notes: Separable obligatory International English.