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pasarse is an enclitic form of Spanish verb pasar
English translation: Moving

pa·sar  Verb
  1. Translate "pasar" to English: happen, be going on, occur, pass, come to pass, go on, pass off
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": ocurrir, suceder, surgir, tener lugar, acaecer, acontecer, darse, darse el caso, devenir
    Define meaning of "pasar": Ocurrir, acontecer, suceder.
  2. Algo pasó, Something happened=came to pass.

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  3. Translate "pasar" to English: pass, overtake
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": aventajar, pasar a, adelantarse a, alcanzar, alcanzar a, dar alcance a, sobrepasar
    Define meaning of "pasar": Junto con ciertos nombres que indican un punto limitado o determinado, ir más allá de él. ; Exceder(se), aventajar, superar.
  4. Yo paso a María, I pass Mary (I overtake Mary)

  5. Translate "pasar" to English: pass, get through, go by, go past, pass along, ride by, walk past
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": transitar, llegar al final, lograr llegar, pasar a caballo, pasar caminando, pasar de largo, pasar por ahí
    Define meaning of "pasar": Hablando de cosas inmateriales, tener movimiento o correr de una parte a otra. ; Cruzar de una parte a otra.
  6. Un carro pasa, A car goes by

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  7. Translate "pasar" to English: pass, relay, hand, hand over, pass along, pass on, reach, chuck over
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": pasar de mano a mano, transmitir, dar, entregar, hacer circular, pasar de uno a otro, trasmitir, alcanzar
    Define meaning of "pasar": Enviar, dar, transmitir.; Transferir o trasladar una cosa de un sujeto a otro.
  8. Me pasó una cuchara, He=she passed me a spoon (She passed a spoon to me)

  9. Translate "pasar" to English: come in, step in
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": pasar adelante, entrar, ingresar, hacer entrada, pasar adentro
    Define meaning of "pasar": Penetrar o traspasar.
  10. El policía pasó, The policeman came in.

  11. Translate "pasar" to English: spend, pass, pass away, go for
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": pasarse
    Define meaning of "pasar": Con referencia al tiempo, ocuparlo bien o mal.
  12. Yo paso las horas cantando, I pass the hours away singing (spend the time...)

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  13. Translate "pasar" to English: happen to, occur to
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": ocurrir, pasar a, acaecer, ocurrir a, pasar con, ser de, suceder
  14. Me pasó algo cómico, Something funny happened to me..

  15. Translate "pasar" to English: keep on, carry on, keep
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": no dejar de, proseguir, quedar, vivir, andarse, continuar, ir
  16. Ella pasa bailando todo el tiempo, She keeps on dancing all the time.

  17. Translate "pasar" to English: experience, undergo
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": experimentar, atravesar, pasar a través de, atravesar por, padecer, pasar por, sufrir, operarse
    Define meaning of "pasar": Pasar por algo. Sufrir, padecer, aguantar, tolerar alguna molestia o desgracia.
  18. Pasé un gran susto, I experienced a great scare.

  19. Translate "pasar" to English: pass, go by, end
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": cesar, pasar ya, llegar a término, pasarse, poner término, transcurrir, finir
    Define meaning of "pasar": Terminar(se), cesar(se), acabar(se) algo. ; Acabarse o dejar de ser.
  20. Pasaron dos horas, Two hours went by.

  21. Translate "pasar" to English: go away
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": desvanecerse, perderse
    Define meaning of "pasar": Disgregar(se), disipar(se), esparcir(se) o difundir(se) las partículas de un cuerpo en otro. Degradar(se), atenuar(se) los colores gradualmente.
  22. Pasó el mal tiempo, the bad weather went away.

  23. Translate "pasar" to English: be
  24. Pasé muy feliz en la fiesta, I was very happy at the party.

  25. Translate "pasar" to English: skip, pass
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": brincarse, faltar, pasar por alto, saltarse, dejar pasar
    Define meaning of "pasar": Callar, silenciar u omitir algo de lo que se debía decir o tratar. ; Disimular o no darse por enterado/a de algo.
  26. Pase ese capítulo, Skip that chapter,.

  27. Translate "pasar" to English: blow over, blow itself out, calm down
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": calmarse
  28. La tormenta pasó, The storm blew over.

  29. Translate "pasar" to English: pass
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": aprobar, aprobar el examen, calificar
    Define meaning of "pasar": Obtener la calificación de aprobado en una asignatura o examen.
  30. Por fin pasé!, I passed at last!

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  31. Translate "pasar" to English: sell drugs on retail
    Spanish Synonyms of "pasar": vender drogas al detalle

Verb Conjugation for "pasar"
Gerund: pasando












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