by-pass[ bahy-pas, -pahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF by-pass
Antonyms for by-pass
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We dare not try to by-pass it if we would follow on in this holy pursuit.
Hunter could by-pass a probe inspection at a regular metro-entry.
The merchants were particularly opposed to the desire of the Virginians to by-pass them and trade with foreign nations directly.
There is a by-pass to prevent the flame from going out completely, and the size of this can be adjusted by the screw (S).
Suppose it became necessary to by-pass the checkpoint and return directly to Earth?
To do this a by-pass was taken from the sewer a short distance before reaching the site of the tanks.
But what happens when some really bright overlord decides to by-pass his local enemies?
"We're having trouble with the by-pass lines to the generators," replied Astro.
You know that by-pass feeder you said wouldn't hold a pressure of more than D-18 rate?
The size of the flow through the by-pass is controlled by a screw adjustment.