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pass to go past; move beyond. [14 definitions]
passage a way through which something can pass; corridor; channel. [4 definitions]
passageway a hall or other way along which people or things may pass.
passenger a person who is not driving, but travels in an automobile, bus, train, or other vehicle.
passing going by, in position or time. [5 definitions]
passion any strong feeling or emotion. [2 definitions]
passionate having or showing strong emotions.
passive receiving an action without acting in return, or not responding to something that might affect one. [2 definitions]
pass out to faint. [2 definitions]
Passover a Jewish holiday that celebrates the escape of the ancient Hebrews from Egypt.
passport an official document that shows that the holder is a citizen of a country. A passport gives one the right to travel in other countries and return to one's own country.
password a secret word or phrase that allows one to enter a place, or get information that is given only to those who use the password.
past gone by in time; ended. [12 definitions]
pasta a food made from flour, eggs, and water and dried in various forms, such as macaroni or spaghetti.
paste1 a mixture used to stick paper or other light materials together. Paste is usually made of water and flour. [4 definitions]
pastel a pale, soft color. [5 definitions]
pasteurize to heat for a certain length of time. Food and drinks are pasteurized in order to kill most of the harmful bacteria.
pastime an activity that makes the time pass in a pleasant way.
pastor a minister or priest in charge of a church or congregation.
past participle a participle that either indicates a completed action or past state, such as "broken" in "I have broken my arm," or serves as an adjective, as "broken" in "a broken toy."
pastry a dough of flour, shortening, and water that is baked and used for pie crusts. [3 definitions]