||separate, go in different directions, split up
||Mel and Brad parted company after they arrived in Germany.
||sell, allow someone else to own, let go of
||Papa won't part with his Peugeot. He'd never sell it.
|partners in crime
||people who plan and commit crimes together, boozing buddies
||As kids, Andy and I took apples from a neighbor's tree. We were partners in crime, so to speak.
||one who leaves a party, stick-in-the-mud
||You party-pooper! Stay here and dance with us.
|party to that
||(See a party to that)
||pass from person to person in the room, hand out
||The speaker passed around a sheet of paper for us to sign.
||die, pass on
||Grandma passed away in 1974. She was 92.
||appear similar to, look like
||In that uniform, you could pass for a police officer.
||offer as real or genuine, use a fake object or paper
||If you pass off counterfeit money, you can be charged with a crime.
||die, bite the dust, kick the bucket
||Before her dad passed on, she visited him every day.