English
English version

pass a remark/comment

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpass a remark/commentpass a remark/commentto say something that gives your opinion I’m afraid I can’t pass any comment on this matter. He passed some remark about doctors being paid too much. pass
Examples from the Corpus
pass a remark/commentSome people sitting across from us began passing remarks about the fair-skinned lady in a sari.They interrupt because they are unwilling to let pass a remark from which an intricate leap can be performed.We had a ritual, starting with the real estate pages, passing remarks on the latest tacky towers.
Pictures of the day
What are these?
Click on the pictures to check.