pass over

pass over
(to ignore or overlook: They passed him over for promotion.) pasar por alto, dejar de lado, omitir
pass over
v.
postergar v.
1) v + adv + o
a) (omit) \<\<fact/detail\>\> pasar por alto
b) (overlook) \<\<remark/behavior\>\> pasar por alto, dejar pasar
2) v + o + adv (disregard for promotion) (usu pass) pasarle por encima a
1. VI + ADV
1) (=move overhead)

a flock of geese passed over — una bandada de gansos voló por encima nuestro

2) (=cross over)

we passed over into France under cover of night — cruzamos a Francia al amparo de la noche

3) euph (=die) fallecer
2. VT + ADV
1) (=omit) pasar por alto, omitir

he had passed over an important point — había pasado por alto or omitido un punto muy importante

he was passed over for promotion — a la hora de los ascensos lo dejaron de lado

2) (=hand over) dar, pasar

pass over that butter, will you? — ¿me das or pasas la mantequilla?

* * *
1) v + adv + o
a) (omit) \<\<fact/detail\>\> pasar por alto
b) (overlook) \<\<remark/behavior\>\> pasar por alto, dejar pasar
2) v + o + adv (disregard for promotion) (usu pass) pasarle por encima a

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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