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passage
British English: /ˈpasɪdʒ/
American English: /ˈpæsɪdʒ/

Translation of passage in German:

noun

back passage, → bird of passage, → front passage, → purple passage, → rite
  • 1 (going by, through, etc.) (of river) (of time)
    [Ab-, Ver]lauf, der
    Verstreichen, das
    (of seasons)
    Wechsel, der
    erased by the passage of time
    ausgelöscht vom Strom der Zeit
    their passage was halted by an obstruction
    ein Hindernis hemmte ihren Weg
  • 5no art., no pl.
    (liberty or right to pass through)
    guarantee somebody rights of passage through a territory
    jemandem die Durchreise durch ein Gebiet genehmigen
  • 7 (part of book etc.)
    Passage, die
    Textstelle, die
  • 10 (duct) See examples:urinary passage
    Harntrakt, der
    ear passage air passages
    Luft- od. Atemwege

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