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past

Definitions by Oxford


[pɑːst], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- gone by in time and no longer existing
(e.g: the danger is now past)


Phrases:
- be past caring
- not put it past someone
- past it

Origin:
Middle English: variant of passed, past participle of pass


[pɑːst], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the time before the moment of speaking or writing
(e.g: she found it hard to make ends meet in the past)

- a past tense or form of a verb
(e.g: a simple past of the first conjugation)


Phrases:
- be past caring
- not put it past someone
- past it

Origin:


[pɑːst], (Preposition)

Definitions:
- to or on the further side of
(e.g: he rode on past the crossroads)

- beyond in time; later than
(e.g: by this time it was past 3.30)

- beyond a particular point, stage, or limit
(e.g: he feels his opponent is past his prime)


Phrases:
- be past caring
- not put it past someone
- past it

Origin:


[pɑːst], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- so as to pass from one side of something to the other
(e.g: a flotilla of glossy limousines swept past)

- used to indicate the lapse of time
(e.g: a week went past and nothing changed)


Phrases:
- be past caring
- not put it past someone
- past it

Origin:







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