past

[pɑːst] [pæst]

n. 过去;往事

adv. 以前地;经过,超过

adj. 以前的;结束了的;过去式的

prep. 在…之后,晚于;再也无法;经过,越过;超过

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  • 四级
  • 专四
  • 雅思基础
prep /pɑːst/

超过;经过

  • The bus goes past our house.

    公交车经过我们的房子。

  • I dashed past him and out of the door.

    我从他身边跑过去,冲出门外。

过了…;在…那一边

  • It's on the right, past the station.

    它在右边,在车站那头。

  • I think we must have gone past the turn.

    我想我们肯定过了那个拐弯了。

  • She stared past Christine at the bed.

    她目光越过克里斯廷,盯着那张床。

(时间)在…之后,晚于

  • It's past midnight.

    已过半夜了。

  • It's long past your bedtime, Hugo.

    雨果,早就过了你的睡觉时间啦。

(报时用)过…分

(数量上)超过

  • He was well past retirement age.

    他早过了退休年龄。

(限度或范围上)超过

  • The relationship has been damaged past repair.

    这段关系已经破裂到无法修补。

  • The stupidity of that remark is almost past belief.

    那番评论简直愚蠢到让人无法相信。

  • I'm past the stage of wanting a fulfilling job.

    我已经过了想要一份有成就感的工作的阶段了。

  • They'll probably sack me but, to be honest, I'm past caring.

    他们也许会炒我鱿鱼,但说老实话,我不在乎。

  • Often by the time they do accept the truth they are past being able to put words to feelings.

    往往等到他们真正接受事实时,他们已经无法用语言形容自己的感情了。

past it:过气了;已力不从心;已没有用

  • He used to be a good goalkeeper but he's past it now.

    他曾经是一名出色的守门员,不过现在已经不复当年勇了。

would not put it past sb to do sth:相信某人干得出某事

  • I wouldn't put it past him to leave without telling anyone.

    我认为他做得出不辞而别这种事。

adj /pɑːst/

完成了的;结束了的;过去了的

  • Many economists believe the worst of the economic downturn is past.

    许多经济学家认为经济下行的最糟糕时期已经过去了。

先前的;过去的;以往的

搭配:[+ event, experience, life]

  • His past life didn't concern her.

    他过去的生活与她没有关系。

  • a judgment based on past experience

    基于以往经验的判断

刚过去的;前面的

搭配:[+ day, week, year]

  • the past few days

    过去的几天

  • For the past few days the weather has been awful.

    过去几天的天气很糟糕。

  • Harry has been homeless for the past year.

    哈里过去这一年无家可归。

前任的;以前的

搭配:[+ government, leader]

  • They criticized past governments for not spending enough on education.

    他们批评历届政府未对教育进行足够的投入。

  • past presidents of the USA

    美国的前总统们

过去时的;过去式的 【语法】

adv /pɑːst/

经过

  • The bus went past without stopping.

    公交车经过的时候没有停。

  • He nodded to us as he walked past.

    他从我们身边走过时朝我们点点头。

通过

  • It's blocking the road. I can't get past.

    它挡住路了,我过不去。

以前;过去

  • about three weeks past

    约三星期以前

过,整点过…分(表示非整点时间) <非正式>

  • I have my lunch at half past.

    我在半点的时候吃午饭。

  • five past

    过五分

  • The news is on at quarter past.

    新闻在整点过一刻的时候播报。

n /pɑːst/

the past:过去;往昔

  • We would like to put the past behind us.

    我们想把过去抛在脑后。

  • The disease was common in the past.

    这种疾病在过去很常见。

过去的事(尤指不可告人或不光彩的经历)

搭配:[+ of person, country]

  • revelations about her past

    对她不光彩过去的曝光

the past:过去时;过去式

  • What's the past of `go'?

    go的过去式是什么?

过去时动词;过去式动词 【语法】

常用短语

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  1. it's half past ten 现在是十点半
  2. it's quarter past nine 现在是九点一刻
  3. it's ten past eight 现在是八点十分
  4. sb's past forty 某人过四十了
  5. to be past 已经过去;不复存在
  6. in the past 在过去
  7. to be living in the past 生活在过去中;沉湎于过去
  8. a woman with a past 有过艳史的女人

英英释义

n.
the time that has elapsed
a earlier period in someone's life (especially one that they have reason to keep secret)
a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the past
adv.
so as to pass a given point
adj.
earlier than the present time; no longer current
a verb tense or other construction referring to events or states that existed at some previous time
of a person who has held and relinquished a position or office

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