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N-SING 过去；往昔 The past is the time before the present, and the things that have happened.
In the past, about a third of the babies born to women with diabetes were lost...
He should learn from the mistakes of the past. We have been here before...
N-COUNT 经历；过去之事 Your past consists of all the things that you have done or that have happened to you.
...revelations about his past.
...Germany's recent past.
ADJ 过去的；以前的 Past events and things happened or existed before the present time.
I knew from past experience that alternative therapies could help...
...a return to the turbulence of past centuries...
ADJ 刚过去的 You use past to talk about a period of time that has just finished. For example, if you talk about the past five years, you mean the period of five years that has just finished.
Most shops have remained closed for the past three days.
...the momentous events of the past few days.
ADJ 过去了的；结束了的 If a situation is past, it has ended and no longer exists.
Many economists believe the worst of the economic downturn is past.
...images from years long past...
ADJ （动词）过去时的 In grammar, the past tenses of a verb are the ones used to talk about things that happened at some time before the present. The simple past tense uses the past form of a verb, which for regular verbs ends in '-ed', as in 'They walked back to the car'.
PREP （钟点）过（…分） You use past when you are stating a time which is thirty minutes or less after a particular hour. For example, if it is twenty past six, it is twenty minutes after six o'clock.
It's ten past eleven...
I arrived at half past ten.
PREP 在…之后；晚于 If it is past a particular time, it is later than that time.
It was past midnight...
It's past your bedtime.
PREP 经过 If you go past someone or something, you go near them and keep moving, so that they are then behind you.
I dashed past him and out of the door...
A steady procession of people filed past the coffin...
PREP 越过 If you look or point past a person or thing, you look or point at something behind them.
She stared past Christine at the bed.
PREP 在…的另一侧 If something is past a place, it is on the other side of it.
Go north on I-15 to the exit just past Barstow...
Just past the Barlby roundabout there's temporary traffic lights.
PREP 超过，超出（某一点或阶段） If someone or something is past a particular point or stage, they are no longer at that point or stage.
He was well past retirement age...
They felt that, at 69 or so, Mr Peters was past his prime.
PREP 再也无法 If you are past doing something, you are no longer able to do it. For example, if you are past caring, you do not care about something any more because so many bad things have happened to you.
She was past caring about anything by then and just wanted the pain to end...
Often by the time they do accept the truth they are past being able to put words to feelings.
PHRASE （某人做某事）并不令人意外 If you say that you would not put it past someone to do something bad, you mean that you would not be surprised if they did it because you think their character is bad.
You know what she's like. I wouldn't put it past her to call the police and say I stole them.