pass through[ pas-throo, pahs- ]SEE DEFINITION OF pass through
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Could this be all the obstruction I was prepared to open a pass through?
On her way back she had to pass through the woods, where, on one side, was a clearing.
Pass through a sieve and use for masking meat, fowl, fish, &c.
Pass through a sieve, add a clove of garlic with a cut in it, and boil.
I knew that I must pass through a bedroom at the end of the gallery, and that was all I remembered.
It was impossible to pass through this ordeal with indifference.
It seemed to persist in declining to pass through the strainer.
Keep your eyes open if we pass through their street presently, will you?
And before reaching the springs, they had to pass through a pine-wood.
The bell rang for service and the religious began to pass through the hall.
"written permission to pass into, or through, a place," 1590s, from pass (v.). Sense of "ticket for a free ride or admission" is first found 1838. Colloquial make a pass "offer an amorous advance" first recorded 1928, perhaps from a sporting sense. Phrase come to pass (late 15c.) uses the word with a sense of "completion, accomplishment."