Better and Pass

Better

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Better verb – To be greater, better, or stronger than.
Pass and better are semantically related in big topic. In some cases you can use "Pass" instead a verb "Better".
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Pass

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Pass verb – To shift possession of (something) from one person to another.
Better and pass are semantically related in big topic. Sometimes you can use "Better" instead a verb "Pass".
Nearby Words: passage, passed, passing, passable
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powers better powers pass powers

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  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good As he's half human, he would be able to blend in better and pass for human long enough to gain their trust.
  • It would work better to just use one of the first two (the more fast acting drugs) and strangle the person after they pass out.
  • Aqualad on Young Justice, though he's said he's willing to pass the mantle on to Robin (The Lancer) once he's matured and gotten better at working with a team, instead of as Batman's partner.
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