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passed (PAST) (verb)
1. To have departed or to have died: Latonya's uncle passed away last night after a long illness.
2. To have achieved approval, often from a legislative body: The political organization passed a new resolution regarding membership.

The legislators passed a new law about speeding automobiles.
3. To have gone around or to have gone away from: The speeding red car passed the bus which was moving slowly up the hill.

The traveling circus passed through the town after their performance.
4. To have changed or replaced ownership from one person to another: The line of inheritance was passed from the father to the son.
5. To have achieved a successful completion of a task: When the test scores were posted, Jim noticed that he had passed the English grammar examination.
6. To have exceeded or surpassed: The new shopping mall passed all expectations in terms of variety of stores and shops.

past (PAST) (adjective)
1. Concerning something which took place prior to the present: It is interesting to study the past times of Roy's town and to learn about the early settlers.
2. Referring to an individual who has held a position of authority or ownership; former: Dina was the past president of the musical organization.

The past owner of the red sports car took very good care of it.

past (PAST) (adverb)
Regarding how something has gone beyond a specific point in life: Janine is at the age that should be past playing with the doll house.
past (PAST) (adjective)
Descriptive of a previous life, history, or action: Dorothea had a past secret which she did not want to talk about.

Those who cannot remember what has passed into the past are condemned to repeat it.

—Based on a quote by George Santayana
(Greek > Latin: reed, pipe; the word for "reed" in Hebrew, Arabic, and Egyptian was kaneh; then the word element passed into Greek and Latin, and into the languages of western Europe)