pass

[Example Sentences]:
1. The Senate may work into the weekend to pass an extension to Section 215.
2. I think this is going to pass 2-1.
3. Both houses of Congress are now likely to pass the bill, which cleared the committee 19-0.
4. I thought I might pass out at one point, added White, 29.
5. Washington State, my home state, was the first state to pass a texting ban in 2007.
6. This, is the kind of clumsy pass a female employee may have had to endure on Madison Avenue in 1960.
7. Data plans include a 24-hour pass at $16 and an unlimited monthly pass at $59.95.
8. To pass any new law in just a week is rare.
9. They also can pass a second drug test within a month to clear their record.
10. They are going to try and pass the entire thing on to consumers.
11. We have to decide whether to pass that expense to employees or cut other benefits.
12. Now Congress needs to step up and pass privacy laws for the Internet age.
13. The idea here is to provide a meal that could pass as something home-cooked.
14. We often forget that one of the things schools do is pass judgment.
15. That is the lesson that I continue to pass along to our son.

[Antonyms]fail

[Synonyms]move, proceed, disappear
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