A passing car splashed water on us.
They are filibustering to prevent the bill from passing.
He was passing by on his bicycle when he heard a cry for help.
The teacher will give him a passing grade if he shows effort.
Watch out for passing cars.
Word is passing that the Prime Minister is seriously ill.
I'm going to have to start lobbing. I can't win with passing shots alone.
Linda is sixteen, but had no trouble passing for twenty.
"'Tis a passing shame" (Shakespeare).
In this way a passing boat noticed them, thanks to Takeda's scream, and they survived without incident.
I am sure that more flags were burned as a result of Congress passing that law than had ever been burned before.
Our teacher showed us different kinds of flowers and told us in passing that those flowers came from her garden.
Pythagoras used to say that he had received as a gift from Mercury the perpetual transmigration of his soul, so that it was constantly transmigrating and passing into all sorts of plants or animals.
I think he gets a passing mark as Foreign Minister.
English word "paso"(passing) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "Poems" (Iris Tree)Fichas del libro - "Moral Tales" (Madame Guizot)Fichas del libro - "Nancy Brandon" (Lilian Garis)Fichas del libro - "Dotty Dimple at Play" (Sophie ...Fichas del libro - "The Red Mouse" (William Hamilt...
You have to pace yourself or you'll choke halfway through.
Why don't we drive out to the country for a change of pace?
If you need a change of pace, why don't you come for a visit?
And after that she, at a pace of three times a week, gets drunk and at those times brings back a different man.
I can describe China, especially in relation to big cities like Beijing, in one sentence - China is a country whose pace of life is both fast and leisurely.
On seeing this, I can't help thinking: Can the residents of Beijing keep up with such a pace?
I wish I could live at a more relaxed pace, instead of having to watch the clock all the time.
Their pace falters, their eyes widening and their mouths dropping open as they see the buzz droid eating through the cage.
When she thought she heard someone following her, she quickened her pace.
Definition the pace of something is the speed at which it happens
There seems to be little reason, pace Freud, to attach much importance to any 'Oedipus complec'
Stories with expiry dates were clearly separated from the rest of the backlog, which allowed the team to slot in such stories into earlier iterations, dealing with them at a sustainable pace.
He put the letter away and paced around the room for a few seconds thinking.
I like working alone because I can work at my own pace and nobody's bossing me around or telling me what to do.
English word "paso"(pace) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "Betty Grier" (Joseph Waugh)Fichas del libro - "Passing By" (Maurice Baring)Fichas del libro - "Lady of the Lake" (Sir Walter ...Fichas del libro - "A Cotswold Village" (J. Arthur...Fichas del libro - "Her Mother's Secret" (Emma D. ...
He walked with a rolling gait.
And I could tell Dad had been instructed not to comment on my outfit as I walked out of the house, my gait awkward in the too-tight skirt.
Your gait suggests you strained your ankle.
Don't try to change his natural gait.
President's gait makes that 2 1/2 steps.
The gait of my friend was unsteady, and the bells upon his cap jingled as he strode.
English word "paso"(gait) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "A Horse Book" (Mary Tourtel)Fichas del libro - "That Pup" (Ellis Parker Butler)Fichas del libro - "A Book of Nonsense" (Edward Lear)Fichas del libro - "Indian and Other Tales" (M. L....Fichas del libro - "Children of Our Town" (Carolyn...
Fill the jars with water.
Nutella is not very well known in Japan. However, in America and Europe it's a popular spread and various sized jars of Nutella may be seen lined up inside many grocery stores and supermarkets.
English word "paso"(jars) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "Father Bear and Bobby Bear" (H...Fichas del libro - "New Year's Wake A Terran Empir...Fichas del libro - "A Little Preserving Book for a...Fichas del libro - "Lace Curtain Cleaning A Succes...Fichas del libro - "USDA Farmers' Bulletin No. 143...
The step they took provided at best a temporary solution to the problem.
Learning collocations is one step towards sounding like a native speaker.
I want to take things one step at a time without getting flustered. I want to live in the moment.
And it is only a very short step from there, to perception which occurs in the absence of all immediate signals and has to be labeled extrasensory.
Science, my lad, is made out of errors, but of good ones, for they bring you step by step closer to the truth.
The graduation from elementary school to middle school is regarded by some as the first step towards adulthood.
Those two are blindly enraptured with each other right now but they say first meeting someone is the first step toward goodbye. I wonder if they're aware of that.
To my chief strategist, David Axelrod, who's been a partner with me every step of the way. To the best campaign team ever assembled in the history of politics! You made this happen, and I am forever grateful for what you've sacrificed to get it done.
Step 1. Heat the vegetable oil (0.5L) (any grease or a mixture of oil and grease) in the pot on high heat, add sliced onions (400g), fry until the onions take a yellow color, then add meat (any kind) (1kg).
The sublime and the ridiculous are often so nearly related, that it is difficult to class them separately. One step above the sublime makes the ridiculous, and one step above the ridiculous makes the sublime again.
I'm soaked with sweat.' Step back. You stink!"
The letters STEP stand for the Society for Testing English Proficiency.
The equal rights and survival of languages can be assured only if the European Union accepts a neutral, easy-to-learn bridge language for interethnic communication, introducing it step by step.
Can you call me next week to discuss next steps
English word "paso"(step) occurs in sets:Sultans of Swing (Dire Straits) - Traducidaself introduction
He took it in his stride.
There have been giant strides made in 20th century to identify them.
1. He got off the bed and strode to the other room. 2. In recent years, the country has made great political and economic strides.
In three strides he had crossed the room.
She strode across the room and demanded to speak to the manager. They have already made great strides in improving service.
Uganda has made many great strides in the past two decades.
Solemnly, with long strides, armor glistening, sword clanking, helmet in hand, the Swan Knight advanced and stood before the King.
It's not, by any means, an answer -- it will not eradicate violence, of course, but there certainly have been significant strides made.
They turned to see the tall five-star general stride towards them, right arm still at his side while his other swung.
Today we make a great stride for the fulfillment of a vision toward the day when two peoples divided by generations, by conflict, are bound now by peace.
I don't know what to do with that guy. No matter how mad I get at him he just takes it in stride and pays no attention.
You're hitting your stride.
It's better to take things in stride than to stress out over every little detail.
English word "paso"(stride) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "The Eyes Have It" (Philip Kind...Fichas del libro - "The Troubadour" (Robert August...Fichas del libro - "The Science of Animal Locomoti...