the numbers 19 through 36 in roulette.
[pa-sey; for 4 also French pah-sey] /pæˈseɪ; for 4 also French pɑˈseɪ/
no longer fashionable, in wide use, etc.; out-of-date; outmoded:
There were many photographs of passé fashions. I thought hand-cranked pencil sharpeners were passé.
past the prime of one’s life.
noun, plural passés
[pa-seyz; French pah-sey] /pæˈseɪz; French pɑˈseɪ/ (Show IPA)
Ballet. a movement in which one leg passes behind or in front of the other.
/ˈpɑːseɪ; ˈpɑseɪ; French pɑse/
out-of-date: passé ideas
past the prime; faded: a passé society beauty
1775, from French passé (fem. passée) “past, faded,” past participle of passer “to pass” (see pass (v.)). Originally of a woman past the period of greatest beauty.
[pah-sey kawn-poh-zey] /pɑ seɪ kɔ̃ poʊˈzeɪ/ noun, French. 1. a grammatical construction of French consisting of the present tense of an auxiliary, either avoir or être, followed by a past participle and corresponding in function to both the English present perfect and the English simple past tenses.
[past, pahst] /pæst, pɑst/ adjective 1. having completed the act of . 2. having received a grade on an examination or test or successfully completed a school course, year, or program of study. 3. Finance. noting a dividend not paid at the usual dividend date. 4. U.S. Navy. having successfully completed an examination for promotion, […]
noun, Baseball. 1. a pitched ball that the catcher can reasonably be expected to catch but misses, resulting in a base runner’s or runners’ advancing one or more bases or in the batter’s reaching first base safely.
noun, Chess. 1. a pawn with no opposing pawn either on an adjacent file or on its own file.