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Pashm

ˈpaʃ(ə)m

Meanings of Pashm:

noun

Fine, soft wool from the underfur of some tibetan goats and sheep.

Pashmina

pæʃˈmiː.nə

Meanings of Pashmina:

noun

A shawl made from fine-quality goat's wool.

Usage examples:

The markets are great places to purchase leather bags, belts and jackets, jewellery, pashminas, sta…

Pashto

ˈpʌʃ.təʊ

Meanings of Pashto:

noun

The language of the pashtuns, which belongs to the iranian group. it is the official language of afghanistan and is also spoken in northern areas of pakistan.

Usage examples:

I don't even think there's a word in urdu or pushtu for ‘immediately.’

Meanings of Pasigraphic:

adjective

Of or relating to pasigraphy.

Meanings of Pasigraphy:

noun

A system of writing intended to be intelligible to speakers of any language (like the numerals 1, 2, 3, etc.), with characters or numbers rather than words used to represent ideas. also in extended use: any universal language.

Meanings of Pasilaly:

noun

A spoken language for universal use; a system or method of universal pronunciation.

Meanings of Pasillo:

noun

A folk dance of colombia, ecuador, and panama, descended from the waltz. a piece of music for this dance or in its rhythm.

Meanings of Pasiphae:

proper noun

The wife of minos and mother of the minotaur.

Paspalum

ˈpasp(ə)ləm

Meanings of Paspalum:

noun

A grass of warm and tropical regions, which is grown for fodder, erosion control, and as a pasture grass.

Usage examples:

One solution might be new varieties of a grass called seashore paspalum, which were discovered in s…

Meanings of Pasqueflower:

noun

A spring-flowering european plant related to the anemones, with purple flowers and fernlike foliage.

Meanings of Pasquil:

noun

Pasquinade. now chiefly historical.

Meanings of Pasquils:

noun

Pasquinade. now chiefly historical.

Meanings of Pasquin:

noun

The person popularly supposed to be represented by a statue in rome on which satirical latin verses were annually posted in the 16th century; the statue itself. hence: an imaginary person to whom anonymous lampoons were ascribed; a composer of lampoons.

Pasquinade

ˌpaskwɪˈneɪd

Meanings of Pasquinade:

noun

A satire or lampoon, originally one displayed or delivered in a public place.

Usage examples:

He delivered a long pasquinade at the expense of my friend

Meanings of Pasquinader:

noun

A person who writes pasquinades; a satirist.

Pasquinades

ˌpaskwɪˈneɪd

Meanings of Pasquinades:

noun

A satire or lampoon, originally one displayed or delivered in a public place.

Usage examples:

He delivered a long pasquinade at the expense of my friend

Meanings of Pass:

verb

Move or cause to move in a specified direction.

Usage examples:

He passed through towns and villages
noun

An act or instance of moving past or through something.

Usage examples:

Repeated passes with the swipe card
exclamation

Said when one does not know the answer to a question, for example in a quiz.

Usage examples:

To the enigmatic question we answered ‘pass’

Meanings of Pass around:

phrasal verb

To offer something to each person in a group of people

Usage examples:

The managing editor passed the copy around to get feedback.

Pass as

pɑːs

Meanings of Pass as:

phrasal verb

Be accepted as or taken for a particular kind of person or thing.

Usage examples:

He could pass for a native of sweden

Meanings of Pass away:

collocation

Pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life

phrasal verb

Die.

Usage examples:

She passed away in her sleep
verb

To go past or move beyond something or someone

Usage examples:

[ t ] a car passed us doing 70 miles per hour., [ i ] i was just passing by and stopped to say hell…

Pass by

pɑːs

Meanings of Pass by:

phrasal verb

Happen without being noticed or fully experienced by someone.

Usage examples:

Sometimes i feel that life is passing me by

Pass for

pɑːs

Meanings of Pass for:

phrasal verb

Be accepted as or taken for a particular kind of person or thing.

Usage examples:

He could pass for a native of sweden

Pass off

pɑːs

Meanings of Pass off:

idiom

Cause to be circulated and accepted in a false character or identity

phrasal verb

Falsely represent a person or thing as being someone or something else.

Usage examples:

The drink was packaged in champagne bottles and was being passed off as the real stuff

Pass out

ˌaʊtˈpɑːs

Meanings of Pass out:

idiom

Give to several people

phrasal verb

Become unconscious.

Usage examples:

He consumed enough alcohol to make him pass out
verb

To pass the ball (= move it between players in a team sport) more effectively than the opposing team

Usage examples:

Yesterday, they outplayed and outpassed the united side., they were outclassed and outpassed by bar…

Pass over

pɑːs

Meanings of Pass over:

phrasal verb

Ignore the claims of someone to promotion or advancement.

Usage examples:

He was passed over for a cabinet job

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