pass into


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pass into something

to move into something; to fade away into something. Thoughts about the accident, little by little, passed into oblivion. All her old school chums passed into oblivion.
See also: pass
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Oak Park (6-5) opened the scoring when Christensen (three catches, 39 yards) converted a short McNair pass into a 23-yard touchdown.
1 can now pass into 4 posting up or to 2 for a possible three-point shot.
The play is natural except for one restriction: a possession won above the players' pass-back line in the normal run of play must be followed by a pass into negative space, or a free kick will be awarded the other team.