Move or cause to move in a specified direction
A route over or through mountains
Choose not to react to an action or remark
the traffic passing through the village
a pass through the mountains
An act of passing by. rare before late 20th cent.
Successfully complete the first stage of an undertaking
Designating a filter that attenuates signals of all frequencies equally but introduces a frequency-dependent phase shift; of or relating to such a filter.
An authorization of free admission or travel
A box used for carrying cartridges from a magazine to a gun.
A card entitling the holder to certain privileges or exemptions concerning rights of access.
Denoting a class, course, or system of grading in which the only two grades given are “pass” and “fail.”
An extra lamp on a motor vehicle for improving visibility in fog; a fog lamp.
The line between the pass court and the service court.
A play in which the ball is passed between members of the same team.
(In South Africa) a raid carried out by the police to check that black Africans' passes are in order.
An attempt by the defensive team to prevent the opposing quarterback from passing by harrying or tackling; play featuring such attempts.
A pass allowing free or discounted use of a swimming pool.
Authorization to leave or land at a port.
A pass effected by pushing rather than hitting or kicking the ball.
A final cold rolling that is given to heat-treated strip steel, effecting a small reduction in thickness and an increase in length, in order to improve surface and mechanical properties.
A deliberate pass to one’s own goalkeeper (who is not allowed to pick up the ball if the pass was kicked)
A card, ticket, or permit entitling the holder to travel by bus, typically for a particular period of time or within a particular area
A permit which entitles the holder to free travel on public transport, awarded to long-serving politicians
(Of a filter) transmitting all frequencies above a certain value
(Of a filter) transmitting all frequencies below a certain value
(Of proceedings) happen or be concluded in a specified, usually satisfactory way
A door in a theatre connecting the backstage area and the auditorium
A key to the door of a restricted area, given only to those who are officially allowed access
A body of laws in operation in South Africa under apartheid, controlling the rights of black people to residence and travel and implemented by means of identity documents compulsorily carried
The minimum mark needed to pass an examination
A short pass to a teammate who immediately returns it; a one-two
(In South Africa and Rhodesia (subsequently Zimbabwe)) a person who burns his or her pass as a protest against the pass laws.
A ticket allowing the holder to leave and re-enter a place of entertainment during a performance.
The area in front of the court on the hazard side, lying between the main wall, the end wall, the service line, and the pass line.
= pass lamp.
A player who prevents the opposing quarterback from passing by engaging in a pass rush; a defensive lineman.
A ticket allowing the holder to enter or leave a place.
An identification card incorporating a photograph of the holder, allowing access to restricted areas, etc.
A move in which a player pivots to pass the ball.
A permit giving authorization for the holder to re-enter an event, place, etc.
A pass from Skagway in Alaska into British Columbia that provided a route for gold seekers in the 1890s Klondike rush. A railroad here, opened in 1900, draws tourists
A site in the Sierra Nevada in northeastern California where some members of an 1844 emigrant party survived a blizzard partly by eating the dead
A city in southwestern Texas, on the Rio Grande; population 26,668 (est. 2008)
A mountain pass in the Hindu Kush, on the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan at a height of 1,067 m (3,520 ft). In the past the pass was of great commercial and strategic importance and formed the route by which successive invaders entered India; it was garrisoned by the British intermittently between 1839 and 1947