Link to this page adjective: No longer existing; gone by; over: His youth is past. Having been around or took place an earlier time; bygone: previous events; in years past. sooner than today's time; ago: 40 many years past. simply gone by or elapsed: previously few days. Having served previously in certain capacity, particularly the official one: a past president; a past inmate of a cell. Grammar Of, regarding, or becoming a verb tight or develop always show an action or condition ahead of the time it's expressed. Of or related to a former time or condition; neither current nor future; gone by; elapsed; concluded; invested prior to when the current time; not current of somebody who features held and relinquished a position or office View More noun: enough time before the present. Previous background, job, experiences, and tasks: an elderly person with a distinguished last. A former period of another person's life kept secret or thought to be shameful: a family group with a checkered past. Grammar days gone by tense. Grammar A verb kind in the past tight. the time scale of time who has already occurred, in contrast to the current plus the future. yesteryear tense. A former time or condition; circumstances of things gone-by. the full time which have preceded today's; a former or bygone time, or the events of the time; that an element of the history, life, or experiences of someone or thing which passed away: as, to your investment last; an unfortunate last. a verb tight that expresses actions or says before a earlier period in a person's life (especially one that they've reason maintain secret) the full time that includes elapsed View More adverb: in order to go by or rise above: He waved while he walked last. in a direction that passes By; beyond. in order to pass certain point View More preposition: Beyond in time; later than or after: previous midnight; a-quarter past two. past constantly in place; farther than: your house is a mile beyond the very first stoplight. They moved through the memorial in silence. Beyond the power, range, degree, or influence of: the thing is through the point of resolution. Beyond in development or appropriateness: the little one is previous drinking from a bottle. You are past sucking your thumb, therefore don't do it. Beyond the amount or quantity of: the kid couldn't count past 20. See Usage Note at pass. beyond in place, amount or time Beyond, in position, or degree; beyond; beyond the reach or impact of. Beyond, in time; after. preceding; surpassing; a lot more than. View More others: Gone by; belonging to a period before this; perhaps not present nor future: as, overdue: your past life. therefore In the predicate, ago. Spent; finished; accomplished; current no longer; more than and finished with. that features completed a complete term and is today retired: as, a past (or passed) master in free-masonry. See master. That suggests or notes past time: because, a past participle; the last tense. Beyond. Beyond in place; beyond; also, by and beyond: as, the home stands only a little after dark junction. Beyond the reach of; at a place that precludes or makes (one thing) impossible or improbable; out from the reach, range, or impact of: as, past redemption; past all sense of shame; past comprehension. Beyond in quantity or quantity; above; significantly more than; surpassing. Beyond the pleasure of; more than and completed with. By; so as to pass and exceed. View More Related Sources Definition for "past" No longer existing; gone by; over: His youth… View More Sentence for "past" While past performance would definitely seem… View More Quotes for "past" "Obviously the facts are never just…" View More Synonym for "past" Verb Forms for "past" Phrases for "past" Rhyme for "past" Hypernym for "past" Cross Reference for "past" Equivalent for "past" Etymologically Related for "past" Same Context for "past" Urban Dictionary for "past"