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Definition of "passed" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of pass. (verb)
  • That has passed beyond a certain point (chiefly in set collocations). (adjective)
  • That has passed a given qualification or examination; qualified. (adjective)

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Use "passed" in a sentence
  • "But… lunch passed, dinner passed… and soon the sky was dark… he still didn’t call."
  • "In early 1965 President Lyndon Johnson discussed the growing problem in Vietnam with Eisenhower, and the general remarked that he had ended the war in Korea by having the word passed through three different channels “telling the Chinese that they must agree to an armistice quickly, since he had decided to remove the restrictions of area and weapons if the war had to be continued.”"
  • "Following Ray's death, the title passed to youngster Daisey Bailey, who was a mere 113."