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'pass out' is the same as 'pass out'



 
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'pass out' is the same as 'pass out' #1 (permalink) Thu Apr 27, 2006 5:33 am   'pass out' is the same as 'pass out'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #188 "American Presidents - William Jefferson Clinton", question 1

Bill Clinton, whose father ......... a few months before he was born, wanted to be President from a very early age.

(a) passed out
(b) passed through
(c) passed away
(d) passed up

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #188 "American Presidents - William Jefferson Clinton", answer 1

Bill Clinton, whose father passed away a few months before he was born, wanted to be President from a very early age.

Correct answer: (c) passed away

Your answer was: incorrect
Bill Clinton, whose father passed out a few months before he was born, wanted to be President from a very early age.
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''pass out'' is the same as ''pass out''

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'pass out' is the same as 'pass out' #2 (permalink) Thu Apr 27, 2006 7:57 am   'pass out' is the same as 'pass out'
 

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(a) passed out -- fainted; left the premises; distributed
(b) passed through -- travelled/moved into and out of (an area) briefly
(c) passed away -- died
(d) passed up -- failed to take/rejected taking advantage of (e.g. an opportunity)
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