pass up

  1. fail to acknowledge
    he passed me up in the street
  2. refuse to accept
    He refused my offer of hospitality
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How To Use pass up In A Sentence

  • I don't think you should pass up the opportunity to go to university.
  • I don't think you should pass up the opportunity to go to university.
  • The sun was shining outside but the sports offerings on the box were simply too good to pass up.
  • Never the one to pass up an opportunity for intrigue, he planted the need for an official inquiry into MI5's vetting procedures. A SONG AT TWILIGHT
  • Time would fail to tell of that wandering path which leads to the Mine Mountain near Brattleborough, where you climb the high peak at last, and perhaps see the showers come up the Connecticut till they patter on the leaves beneath you, and then, swerving, pass up the black ravine and leave you unwet. Oldport Days
  • What adrenaline junkie or casual active lifestyler would pass up the opportunity to relive their finest moments in HD and Ultra HD quality?
  • With my evident interest in sociobiology, this was too good a parallel to pass up, so I figured I'd try to mash together the cyberpunks with the PUAs and see what came out the other end, while addressing some interesting things I noted in Strauss's text. EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Gord Sellar
  • But the striker would rather pass up history if it kept his club top. The Sun
  • It wasn't often that Murdoch truly appreciated a practical joke but Johnny's contention that they had a leprechaun or a brownie in the house was too good to pass up.
  • A differential amplifier with a band-pass up to 20 Hz was used to increase immunity to noise.
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