How would you say it another way? It's a pass.
Feb 3, 2017 10:10 PM
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It passed. (Pass as a verb) It was a pass. (Pass as a noun) If you are talking about a physical pass like a hall pass then that would be different from the verb pass. In American English you might hear "It's a pass" when they talk about the success of a goal (in sports) or something similar. This can be confusing because they use it as a noun. Example It was an Apple. Apple is the noun. "It was a pass" means that the verb pass occured but barely.
February 3, 2017
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