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go past
verb + adverb, verb + preposition + object

Translation of go past verb + adverb verb + preposition + object in Spanish:

  • the bus went right past (me) without stopping
    el autobús pasó de largo
    the 65 goes right past our house
    el 65 pasa por la puerta de casa
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