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go past

To pass by or around (someone or something). I need to get into the building to retrieve my briefcase—please let me go past! I didn't want to drive any faster on the highway, so I moved closer to the curb to let the cars behind me go past me.
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go past someone or something

to pass by someone or something. You went right past Tom. Did you mean to? Did I go past it?
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"Leo can go past one or two, but Dieguito dribbled past five England players.
On the second, the Prenton boss added: "To concede from a Dog and Duck ball over the top...to go past one centre-half, then he shoves the other one out of the way and slots it in the back of the net...it's too weak, too weak.
We are all anticipating the number of unemployed young people will go past one million next week.
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said: "Every time Tendulkar plays, he is supposed to go past one milestone or the other; so milestones don't bother him anymore."
In my book he still loses possession too often trying to beat four defenders, when it's wiser to go past one opponent and knock the ball off to a team-mate.
"He wouldn't go past one in a seller on Thursday and I thought I would try something different this time, so I bounced him out and he has loved it," said jockey Adam Pogson, riding for his father Charles.
There is the health and safety issue too, wind surfers could go past one of these and leave something behind on them.
Go past one light and take the first left turn onto Connell Avenue.
Some of my key players that have the ability to go past one or two of theirs I don't think did it on the evening.
"Certainly if games are tight and systems are evenly matched then the difference will be a player who can unlock a door, go past one or two players.
'But you knew in a game that Ryan was going to go past one, two or maybe three players and he did that to perfection against Northern Ireland.
We go past one junction of paths with the Monarch's Way going left.
I would say he is better going forward than he is defensively and he has the gift of being able to go past one or two people, as well as having a good range of passing.
Go past one signed path on the left to continue downhill - there are magnificent views across the countryside.