pass up[ pas, pahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF pass up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PASS UP
They pass up the church-aisle, and raise their eyes to the ceiling.
Just a chance I couldn't afford to pass up, of digging into Peppajee.
"If you will be so good," and he stood aside for Michael to pass up the stairs in front of him.
I saw them pass up Moose Creek from a ledge on which I was lying.
So I guess they decided to pass up the horses and only take some grub.
“Pass up the new kids down there,” called one of the prefects.
They pass up and down such a causeway by thousands, night and day.
So that to pass from node to node the impulse must pass up the pipe and down again.
He said, "My people will pass up through this to the world above."
No boat could pass up and down the Connecticut River in safety.