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past
[UK: pɑːst]
alt, beendet, dahinter, früher, nach, vergangen, vergangenheit, vorbei, vorüber, vorübergegangen
past a certain age
[UK: pɑːst ə sətein ouldeidʒ]
zu alt
past comparison
[UK: pɑːst kəmpærisn]
unvergleichlich
past danger
[UK: pɑːst deindʒər]
verzogene gefahr, vorübergegangene gefahr
past due
[UK: pɑːst djuːdeit]
rückständig, überfällig
past endurance
[UK: pɑːst indjeərəns]
bis der kragen platzt
past his prime
[UK: pɑːst haiz praimkɔst]
blüte seines jahres ist vorbei, hat den höhepunkt hinter sich
past indiscretions
[UK: pɑːst indiskreʃənz]
schmutzige wäsche
past its time
[UK: pɑːst its taim]
antiquiert
past life
[UK: pɑːst laif]
vorleben
past love
[UK: pɑːst lʌv]
alte flamme
past master
[UK: pɑːst mɑːstər]
altmeister
past midday
[UK: pɑːst middei]
nachm
past participle
[UK: pɑːst pɑːtispl]
partizip perfekt
past perfect
[UK: pɑːst pəːfikt]
plusquamperfekt, vorvergangenheit
past praying for
[UK: pɑːst preiiŋ fər]
ohne hoffnung
past school friend
[UK: pɑːst sʃuːl frend]
alter kumpel, ehemaliger schulkamerad
past ten o'clock
[UK: pɑːst sʃuːl frend]
nach zehn
past tense
[UK: pɑːst tens]
mitvergangenheit, vergangenheit, vergangenheitsform
past year
[UK: pɑːst jəːr]
voriges jahr
pasta
[UK: pæstə]
teigware, teigwaren
paste
[UK: peist]
bekleben, breiige masse, brotaufstrich, kleben, kleister, kleister schlagen, kleistern, leimen, paste
paste into
[UK: peist intə]
einkleben
paste over
[UK: peist ouvər]
überklebe
paste together
[UK: peist təgeðər]
zusammenkleben
paste up
[UK: peist ʌp]
ankleben
paste wallpaper on a wall
[UK: peist wɔːlpeipər ɔn ə wɔːl]
wand tapezieren
paste-like
[UK: peist wɔːlpeipər ɔn ə wɔːl]
breiartig
pasteboard
[UK: peistbɔːd]
karton, pappdeckel, pappe
pasted
[UK: pæstid]
geklebt, klebte
pasted into
[UK: pæstid intə]
eingeklebt
pasted over
[UK: pæstid ouvər]
überklebt
pasted up
[UK: pæstid ʌp]
zugeklebt
pastel
[UK: pæstl]
pastell, pastellfarben, pastellfarbig, pastellstift
pastel colors
[UK: pæstl kɔləzəm]
pastellfarbe
pastel crayon
[UK: pæstl kreiən]
farbstift, pastellfarbstift
pastel drawing
[UK: pæstl drɔːiŋ]
pastellmalerei
pastelist
[UK: pɑːstelist]
pastellmaler
pastern
[UK: pæstən]
fessel
pastes
[UK: peists]
pasten
pasteur
[UK: peists]
pasteur
pasteurella
[UK: peists]
pasteurella
pasteurella bacteria
[UK: peists]
pasteurellaceae
pasteurised
[UK: peists]
keimfrei gemacht
pasteurising
[UK: peists]
keimfrei machend
pasteurization
[UK: pɑːstʃəraizeiʃən]
pasteurisation, pasteurisierung
pasteurize
[UK: pɑːstʃəraiz]
keimfrei machen, pasteurisieren
pasteurized
[UK: pɑːstʃəraizd]
keimfrei gemacht, pasteurisiert, pasteurisierte
pasteurized milk
[UK: pɑːstʃəraizd milk]
pasteurisierte milch
pasteurizer
[UK: pɑːstʃəraizd milk]
pasteurisierer
pasteurizes
[UK: pɑːstʃəraiziz]
macht keimfrei, pasteurisiert
pasteurizing
[UK: pɑːstʃəraiziŋ]
keimfrei machend, pasteurisierend
pastier
[UK: peistiər]
klebriger
pasties
[UK: pæstiz]
pasteten
pastiest
[UK: pæstiist]
klebrigste
pastil
[UK: pæstiist]
pastellfarbstift, pastille, plätzchen
pastillation
[UK: pæstileiʃən]
pastillierung
pastille
[UK: pæstil]
pastille
pastime
[UK: pɑːstaim]
autorennsport, kurzweil, sport, zeitvertreib
pastime of knitting
[UK: pɑːstaim ɔf nitiŋməʃiːn]
strickarbeit
pastimes
[UK: pɑːstaimz]
zeitvertreib
pastiness
[UK: pæstinəs]
klebrigkeit, kränkliches aussehen
pasting
[UK: pæstiŋ]
anklebend, klebend
pasting into
[UK: pæstiŋ intə]
einklebend
pasting up
[UK: pæstiŋ ʌp]
zuklebend
pastor
[UK: pɑːstər]
pfarrer, seelenhirte, seelsorger
pastor's house
[UK: pɑːstər]
pfarrhaus
pastoral
[UK: pɑːstər]
bukolisch, dörflich, hirtengedicht, idyllisch, landschaftlich, pastoral, pastoralisch, schäferlied
pastoral care
[UK: pɑːstər]
seelsorge
pastoral landscape
[UK: pɑːstər]
pastorale landschaft
pastoral letter
[UK: pɑːstər]
hirtenbrief
pastoral people
[UK: pɑːstər]
hirtenvolk
pastoral poem
[UK: pɑːstər]
hirtengedicht
pastoral scene
[UK: pɑːstər]
idyll, idylle
pastoral work
[UK: pɑːstər]
pastorale arbeit
pastorale
[UK: pɑːstər]
pastorale
pastoralist
[UK: pɑːstər]
mensch der hirtenliedchen erfindet
pastorally
[UK: pɑːstər]
bukolisch, dörflich, landschaftlich, pastoral
pastorate
[UK: pɑːstərət]
geistliche, geistlichen
pastrami
[UK: pɑːstərət]
pastrami
pastries
[UK: peistriz]
backware, backwaren, pasteten
pastry
[UK: peistriː]
backwerk, blätterteig, eclair, feingebäck, gebäck, liebesknochen, teig, teiggericht

Example Sentences Including 'past'

In organizational theory and organizational behavior, imprinting is a core concept describing how the past affects the present.

The dominant hosts failed to find a way past a resolute Hertha rearguard as Bayern failed to win for the first time in any competition since late November.

Time is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future.

Prescribed senior official is the term used by the Canada Border Services Agency to refer to an individual who will be refused admission into Canada by virtue of their past or current service, in or for a government responsible for war crimes or crimes against humanity.

The former Red Rose captain revealed how past England sides were slowed down by bagpipers on their way to Murrayfield and had pre-match warm-ups ambushed by marching bands.

Demand for sourdough loaves has soared by a third in the past year, according to figures from Waitrose.

The sliding filament theory explains the mechanism of muscle contraction based on muscle proteins that slide past each other to generate movement.

About Time is a 2013 British romantic comedy-drama film about a young man with the special ability to time travel who tries to change his past in order to improve his future.

But just who is this muscled up man who has a rather raunchy past.

They will need to regain their previous form against league leaders Celtic, who could not find a way past St Johnstone.

365,000 in past donations from the controversial Presidents Club.

Sanja Besarovic said three children have been treated at Hull Royal Infirmary in the past three months after swallowing high powered ball-bearing magnets.

This is a list of territorial disputes over lands around the world, both past and in modern times.

Shearing in continuum mechanics refers to the occurrence of a shear strain, which is a deformation of a material substance in which parallel internal surfaces slide past one another.

Some couples can forgive and forget and move past the betrayal, but for many it spells the end.

Recall in memory refers to the mental process of retrieval of information from the past.

But they will need to regain their previous form against league leaders Celtic, who could not find a way past St Johnstone.

The former Doctors star will appear as Mitch Baker from next month, and his blast from the past arrival is set to cause chaos for Keegan - who is played by Zack Morris - and the Taylor family.

Shedding the Past is the 2008 debut album by German techno musician Shed.

Inter Milan striker Icardi is regarded as one of the best goalscorers in European football and has been tracked by several big clubs in the past few years.





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