1) - To hit on a woman, make a pass at
2) - To throw the ball across the line of scrimmage in football
3) - The act of throwing, kicking, etc. the ball or puck to a teammate in any sport
4) - To be granted a reprieve from being whacked (killed) by the Mafia. Called "given a pass". Forgiven for your sins or indescretions.
CATCH THE PASS! - Blades of Steel, Nintendo Game System
To refrain from something
-Would you like a drink?
-No thanks, I'll pass.
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To hand a joint to a fellow pothead. Especially when in a circle of people.
Always pass to the left.
Dude, pass that doob!
The act of impersonating a Caucasian is called "passing for white" or simply "passing". Light-skinned blacks or Latinos may have engaged in this activity (especially in pre-1960's America) in order to obtain privileges available only to those of the honkey persuasion.
See: The Human Stain, Imitation of Life
The back of the bus seems kinda crowded. I think I'll pass for white today.
Pressing I don't know while editing on urban dictionary.
Also known as,
Passed, IDK, and most favorable... "Who wants to see if they can make sense of this." (Though this case should be failed)
I am not sure about this def so I will pass it to someone else.
A person who likes to jump in and talk about something they know nothing of. A pass usually only succeeds in making his or her self look stupid by saying something that was intended to be on topic but not at all what a group was talking about.
Person: The Beatles are legendary
Pass: Aren't there like ten of them?
Pass (v) - The politically correct term for skipping a class. The word can be used in future, present, and past tenses (pass, passing, and passed, respectively).
Example #1: (before class)
Hannah: "Hey do you guys wanna go to class today?"
Kurtis: "Eh, no thanks, I think I'll pass..."
Waleed: "Yeah same here..."
Example #2: (during class)
Maria: "Hey where's Stefan?"
Megan: "Oh I think he's passing."
Example #3: (after class)
Natasha: "Hey where were you today? We had a test in U.S. History today."
Harrison: "Yeah I know, I passed because I didn't study for it at all..."