||faint, become unconscious
||He passed out after running the marathon. He fell on the road.
|pass the buck
||blame others, refer the problem to others
||I won't pass the buck. I won't blame others for our problems.
||drive or travel through a town or city
||When we were passing through Regina, I called my cousin.
||not take an opportunity, not do it when you can
||Do not pass up this opportunity to go back to school.
||urinate, take a leak[B], take a pee [B]
||The nurse came in and asked him if he'd passed water yet.
||let out gas, let a fart [B]
||Mother says it's not polite to pass wind while you are eating.
||old fashioned, dated, old hat
||It's passé to say beg your pardon. We don't hear that now.
|past is slipping by without a trace
||(See the past is slipping by without a trace)
||(See a pat answer)
|pat on the back
||praise, a compliment, tip of the hat
||Chaya's compliment was like a pat on the back. She praised my work.