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Translation of pasar

SpanishEnglish
pasar  to happen 
pasar to pass; to happen

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Sample sentences:
Ella tiene que estudiar más para la prueba; de lo contrario ella no va a pasar el examen.

She must study more for the test; otherwise, she will fail the exam.
Ella no pasó el examen a pesar de haber estudiado mucho a causa de sus nervios. She failed the exam despite having studied a lot because of her nerves.
Ella estudió mucho pero en vano, porque no pasó el examen. She studied a lot but in vain, because she failed the exam.
pasar sus vacanciones de vakantie doorbrengen
pasar por (situación) to go through
pasar por to pass through; go through
pasar a escondidas; colarse to sneak
pasar la aspiradora to vacuum
pasar to spend (time)
pasar de to pass over
pasar por to go via
pasar to hang out


The Institute is using the technology with great success, in the departments that I mentioned to you on the phone. Several universities in Europe are also testing it, but we cannot publish that.
Most are just afraid of the unknown and see the unknown as a threat to their stabilty. Can one blame them? I think you can blame them. It is the fault of the ones that are scared to improve and learn.
Yes, depending on demand. Vocabulix is a free service, but no one wanted to finance the German voices yet, which cost a little bit, so we started with Spanish and English which has higher demand.

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of pasar
[pasado]
paso  pasas  pasa  pasamos  pasáis  pasan  pasaba  pasabas  pasaba  pasábamos  pasabais  pasaban  pasé  pasaste  pasó  pasamos  pasasteis  pasaron  pasaré  pasarás  pasará  pasaremos  pasaréis  pasarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of happen   [ happened, happened ]
Conjugation of pass   [ passed, passed ]