ETYM Cf. French pas, and passe, from passer to pass. Related to Pass.
(Irregular plural: passes).
1. A document indicating permission to do something without restrictions; SYN. laissez passer.
2. A permit to enter or leave a military installation; SYN. liberty chit.
3. Any authorization to pass or go somewhere; SYN. passport.
4. (Military) A written leave of absence.
5. A complementary (free) ticket.
6. The location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks; SYN. mountain pass, notch.
7. One complete cycle of operations (as by a computer).
8. A difficult juncture; SYN. head, straits.
9. A flight or run by an aircraft over a target.
10. A bad or difficult situation or state of affairs; SYN. strait, straits.
11. (Sports) The act of throwing the ball to another member of one's team; SYN. toss, flip.
12. A football play that involves one player throwing the ball to a teammate; SYN. passing play, passing game, passing.
permit / pərmɪt /
1. A written warrant or license granted by one having authority
safeguard / seɪfɡɑːrd /
1. Pass, safe-conduct; convoy, escort
2. A precautionary measure, stipulation, or device; a technical contrivance to prevent accident
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