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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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TYSON FURY would beat heavyweight rivals Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder - if the fight goes past four rounds, believes Tony Bellew.
The planned route goes past St Alphonsus' Church in Calton, in the East End of Glasgow.
He wrote in the Daily Mail: "Jimmy Anderson deserves everything he gets, and even though he is an Englishman I will be delighted for him when he goes past my record and becomes the most prolific fast bowler in Test history.
When he goes past someone, he goes past them like they are not there."
Ghassan Khraisheh, the chairman of Gois township stated today that the area where the settlers constructed their settlement was an area which Israeli court of justice had adjudicated should be returned to the villagers in 2008 after the court decided to modify the route of the racial segregation wall which goes past the village.
HARDLY a day goes past without a report in the Chronicle of a serial offender up in court to be told that this is their very last chance to avoid going to pr ison.
It's a particularly good treatment for acute injuries because it goes past the skin, getting in deeper than a massage therapist can, yet without the physical manipulation that can sometimes be too invasive.
"Every time he goes past, if you push just right, the little pushes can build up into quite a big swing."
If you stand too close to the line when a train goes past you might get sucked along with it.'
Scarcely a week goes past in Britain without news that hundreds of call-centre jobs have been relocated to the Indian sub-continent, where English-speaking labour is much less expensive, and work can be conducted in really cheap factory-like spaces.
Skin smarts: Most salicylic acid products are gentle enough to use every day to prevent breakouts, You can spot treat whiteheads (a clogged pore that looks like a little white bump) and blackheads (a clogged pore that actually goes past the white bump stage and gets exposed to air, turning it black) with a 2% salicylic acid product.
"I hate every sort of goal that goes past me, even in training," he said.
That grim spectre who Is always there confronted him And left him rumpled on the floor, To wake with music from this world: The funeral goes past his house, as Seneca observed, but it is not For him that God sends summons, he has Much to do, plans to complete before He meets the appointed day.
The woman was using the walkway which goes past the Plough pub, and was heading towards Acacia Avenue when a man grabbed her and threatened her.
And Swann admits he will have mixed feelings if he goes past Laker as England's most successful off-spinner in Test history - leaving only left-armer Derek Underwood ahead of him in the spinners' chart.