Definition of repass in English:

repass

Line breaks: re¦pass
Pronunciation: /riːˈpɑːs
 
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verb

[no object]
Pass again, especially on the way back.
More example sentences
  • The fundamental purpose for which roads have always been accepted to be used is the purpose of travel, that is to say, passing and repassing along it.
  • There is, however, no indication in the above case law that freedom of assembly is intended to guarantee a right to pass and repass in public places, or to assemble purely for social purposes anywhere one wishes.
  • A highway is a way over which there exists a public right of passage, that is to say a right for all Her Majesty's subjects at all seasons of the year freely and at their will to pass and repass without let or hindrance.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French repasser.

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