verb re·pass \(ˌ)rē-ˈpas\

Definition of REPASS

intransitive verb
:  to pass again especially in the opposite direction :  return
transitive verb
:  to pass through, over, or by again <repass the house>
:  to cause to pass again
:  to adopt again <repassed the resolution>
re·pas·sage \-ˈpa-sij\ noun

Origin of REPASS

Middle English, from Anglo-French repasser, from re- + passer to pass
First Known Use: 15th century


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