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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: No longer current; gone by; over: His youth is past.
- adjective: Having existed or occurred in an earlier time; bygone: past events; in years past.
- adjective: Earlier than the present time; ago: 40 years past.
- adjective: Just gone by or elapsed: in the past few days.
- adjective: Having served formerly in a given capacity, especially an official one: a past president; a past inmate of a cell.
- adjective: Grammar Of, relating to, or being a verb tense or form used to express an action or condition prior to the time it is expressed.
- noun: The time before the present.
- noun: Previous background, career, experiences, and activities: an elderly person with a distinguished past.
- noun: A former period of someone's life kept secret or thought to be shameful: a family with a checkered past.
- noun: Grammar The past tense.
- noun: Grammar A verb form in the past tense.
- adverb: So as to pass by or go beyond: He waved as he walked past.
- preposition: Beyond in time; later than or after: past midnight; a quarter past two.
- preposition: Beyond in position; farther than: The house is a mile past the first stoplight. They walked past the memorial in silence.
- preposition: Beyond the power, scope, extent, or influence of: The problem is past the point of resolution.
- preposition: Beyond in development or appropriateness: The child is past drinking from a bottle. You're past sucking your thumb, so don't do it.
- preposition: Beyond the number or amount of: The child couldn't count past 20. See Usage Note at
- praeitis (papr. the past)
- past participle gram. būtojo laiko dalyvis
- past tense gram. būtasis laikas
- past hope be vil
- the shadowy past
- the dim and distant past tolima praeitis