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|present participle||passing off|
|past tense||passed off|
|past participle||passed off|
He put on an old blue suit, intending to pass himself off as a businessman.
The watches are fakes, but they tried to pass them off as genuine Rolexes.
He was directly in front of the goal but passed off to Scholes instead of shooting.
This is the British English definition of pass off. View American English definition of pass off.
a substance that scientists think exists out in space, but for which they have no direct proof