repass

Repass - What does it mean?

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Repass vs Repays - What's the difference?

repass | repays |


As verbs the difference between repass and repays

is that repass is to pass (back) again, especially in the opposite direction; to return while repays is (repay).

Repass vs Repast - What's the difference?

repass | repast |


As verbs the difference between repass and repast

is that repass is to pass (back) again, especially in the opposite direction; to return while repast is (obsolete|transitive) to supply food to; to feast.

As a noun repast is

(countable) a meal.

Repass vs Repats - What's the difference?

repass | repats |


As a verb repass

is to pass (back) again, especially in the opposite direction; to return.

As a noun repats is

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Repasts vs Repass - What's the difference?

repasts | repass |


As verbs the difference between repasts and repass

is that repasts is (repast) while repass is to pass (back) again, especially in the opposite direction; to return.

As a noun repasts

is .

Return vs Repass - What's the difference?

return | repass |


As verbs the difference between return and repass

is that return is to come or go back (to a place or person) while repass is to pass (back) again, especially in the opposite direction; to return.

As a noun return

is the act of returning.

Again vs Repass - What's the difference?

again | repass |


As an adverb again

is (label) back in the reverse direction, or to an original starting point.

As a preposition again

is (obsolete or dialectal) against.

As a verb repass is

to pass (back) again, especially in the opposite direction; to return.

Pass vs Repass - What's the difference?

pass | repass |


As a noun pass

is pass (between mountains ).

As a verb repass is

to pass (back) again, especially in the opposite direction; to return.

Repass vs Repassage - What's the difference?

repass | repassage |


As a verb repass

is to pass (back) again, especially in the opposite direction; to return.

As a noun repassage is

the act of repassing; passage back.