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get past

Translation of get past in Spanish:

  • 1verb + adverb
    (move past)
    I can't get past
    no puedo pasar
  • 2verb + preposition + object 2.1
    (move past) (vehicle)
    adelantarse a
    2.2 (pass undetected) See examples: how did this get past the proofreader?
    ¿cómo se le pudo pasar esto al corrector de pruebas?
    it won't get past the censors
    no va a pasar la censura
    2.3
    (get beyond) (obstacle)
    (semifinals)
    he never got past fifth grade
    no pasó del quinto año
    you should have got past the stage when …
    deberías haber superado la etapa en que …
  • 3verb + object + preposition + objectto get something past the censor
    conseguir que algo pase la censura
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