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past it

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpast itpast itBritish English spoken too old to be able to do what you used to do, or too old to be useful People seem to think that just because I’m retired, I’m past it. past
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past itIf he's not young, he's past it.Tooling down Farm Road 442, you could easily zoom right past it.In the past it always has.A stream meandered past it and cascaded into the depths of the forested cliffside.The first option was rejected, as in the past it has isolated the small group from the department.Neither side is willing to concede that in the past it might have been wrong and its opponents right.The tribe streamed past it through the gathering dusk, ignoring its presence completely.In the past it was much used for teapots, milk jugs and other forms of tableware.
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