bypass

[ bahy-pas, -pahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF bypass

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BYPASS

They had to pull off to bypass a wagon and the carriage sank to the hubs.

It didn't matter whether he found the bypass circuit or not.

Had to bypass him, because as he went through this way, Oswald went through this way and ducked into the theatre there.

The gas passes from the generator through the pipe J and seal-pot D, or bypass F, to the gasholder.

We planned to bypass the Medicouncil and take our case directly to the Solar Government.

If the bypass is pulled wide open, the motors beyond do not turn; for the oil fails to reach them.

At will we pass it into our distant motors, allowing some to escape back in this direction through a bypass.

Dark slowed and entered the cloverleaf that took him onto the bypass expressway.

For you tithe mint and rue and every herb, but you bypass justice and the love of God.

And the presence of the capital has set up other special currents of influence and sympathy that bypass normal political channels.

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