- tr, adverb to take no notice of; disregard ⇒
they passed me over in the last round of promotions
- intr, preposition to disregard (something bad or embarrassing) ⇒
we shall pass over your former faults
Example Sentences Including 'pass over'
As he completed his pass over the meadow through which the caravan was passing, Nikodemov caught his breath at the beauty of the place.
As soon as he was out of sight, Will felt a curious calm pass over him.
First he drilled a 50-yard pass over Mike Whitlow, allowing Hignett to pounce.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
Her hand had begun to pass over his skin in tentative motions, recognizing and accepting the man.
Just after the restart, Hamilton Ricard chased Ince's pass over the top of the Bradford defence.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
On each side of the ridge we had to pass over broad bands of perpetual snow, which were now soon to be covered by a fresh layer.
A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)
On third down, Jake Delhomme attempted a pass over the middle.
Toronto Sun (2003)
US officials hope to learn where the missing refugees are when spy satellites pass over the area today.
We've decided to pass over the Sun's "Airport security shambles" and concentrate instead on Cameron Diaz surfing with Justin Timberlake.
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