maio 15, 2010 por fabiobossard
go/drive/walk past – passar por
If you use the word past with some verbs, it means you’re passing a person, place or anything else when you are going to some other place.
I walked past my old school when I was going to the gym today. (Passei pela minha antiga escola quando estava indo pra academia hoje.)
I drove past Sylvia today (Eu passei de carro pela Sylvia hoje)
How are you going to get past the bouncer and get into the club? (Como você vai passar pelo segurança e entrar na boate?)