To cause to pass again in the opposite direction.(verb-transitive)
To pass again; go by again.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "repass" in a sentence
"Another example most of the white staff members at my school didn't understand: The school secretary mentioned that there would be a "repass" on Friday and she'd be collecting money."
"As the White House scrambles to try to find 216 votes in the House to repass health care, it continues to have a serious problem with elements of the rejectionist left:"
"I use speed control and if some loses compression after he passes me, I will repass him and move into the right lane ahead of him."