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Dictionary Spanish English: to pass an exam

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pasar [transcurrir]to pass [time]
transcurrir [tiempo]to pass [time]
geogr. puerto {m} [de montaña](mountain) pass
tarjeta {f} de embarqueboarding pass
pase {m}pass [permit, transfer of ball]
jur. dictar algo [sentencia]to pass sth. [sentence]
transp. Unverified pasar [vehículo]to pass by [in a vehicle]
pasar algo [dar]to pass sth. [give, hand over]
dar el pego como algn/algoto pass for sb./sth. [successfully deceive]
jurarto take an oath
gastr. merendarto have an afternoon snack
quedar [citarse]to make an appointment
finalizarto come to an end
tener una aventurato have an affair
salvar un obstáculoto overcome an obstacle
un sinfín {m} dean endless number of
cada media hora {adv}every half (an) hour
citar a algn [convocar]to make an appointment with sb.
ejecución {f} de un pedidocarrying out of an order
un [antes de una vocal]an [before a vowel]
tamaño {adj} [delante del substantivo]such (a / an) [of equivalent size]
Fue un suceso insólito.It was an unheard of event.
He tenido un día nefasto.I had an off day. [today]
decir algo es quedarse corto [locución]to say sth. is an understatement
acostarse con las gallinas [col.] [carib.]to have an early night [coll.]
retrasar un reloj por una horato put a clock back an hour
lit. F Un artista del mundo flotanteAn Artist of the Floating World [Kazuo Ishiguro]
no fiarse un pelo de algn [col.] [locución]to not trust sb. an inch [coll.] [idiom]
costar un ojo de la cara [col.] [locución]to cost an arm and a leg [coll.] [idiom]
tener vista de lince [fig.]to have an eagle eye [fig.]
una [antes de una vocal]an ['a' before a vowel]
¡Tengo una idea!¡yo también!I've got an idea!me too!
estar a años luz en un asunto [fig.]to be light-years apart on an issue [fig.]
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