pase

noun
pa·se | \ˈpä-(ˌ)sā \

Definition of pase 

: a movement of a cape by a matador in drawing a bull and taking his charge

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Quiero agradecer también a mis compañeros que se encargaron de hacer todo lo posible para que me sienta bien y que no pase un día tan doloroso. SI.com, "Liverpool Were Reportedly Eyeing Summer Move for West Ham Star Before Cruel Knee Injury Struck," 11 June 2018

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First Known Use of pase

1937, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pase

Spanish, literally, feint, from pase let him pass, from pasar to pass, from Vulgar Latin *passare

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