6 he passed the ball back to the goalkeeper
kick, hit, throw, head, lob, loft
7 on her death in 1865, the estate passed to her grandson
be transferred, be made over, be turned over, be signed over, go, devolve, be left, be bequeathed, be handed down/on, be given, be consigned, be passed on
come to pass
- she passed away peacefully in her sleep See die
pass someone off
- he added Natasha's name to his passport, passing her off as his daughtermisrepresent, falsely represent, give a false identity to;disguise, dress up
pass something over
- the court cannot possibly pass over these offencesdisregard, overlook, ignore, avoid considering, not take into consideration, forget, pay no attention to, let pass, let go, gloss over, take no notice of, pay no heed to, take no account of, close one's eyes to, turn a deaf ear to, turn a blind eye to, omit, skiparchaic overleap
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2 a cross-field pass
kick, hit, throw, shot, header
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