a long narrow connecting way, especially inside a building
a usually short part of a speech or a piece of writing or music, considered by itself
the action of going across, by, over, through, etc., sth; the course or onward flow (of time)
"the outward passage took 10 days"
"the nasal passages"
"the passage of air from the lungs"
"the passing of flatus"
"stellar passings can perturb the orbits of comets"
He snatches the curtain from her and bars her passage.
出自： G. B. Shaw
The Red Sea has..political troubles affecting the passage of small craft.
出自：Practical Boat Owner
The past is a paradise from which we have been excluded by the passage of time.
出自： M. Warnock