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pass (verb)


  1. With ten minutes left [Vranješ]PASSER passed [to substitute Ivan Leko]RECIPIENT just outside the area.
  2. After just three minutes, [veteran striker Gert Verheyen]PASSER made a fine interception in midfield and passed [to team-mate Rune Lange]RECIPIENT . [79240 / p3]
  3. With Djurgården forced to score three further goals to progress, the Italians began to play more relaxed football and with three minutes remaining [substitute Marcelo Zalayeta]PASSER passed [the ball]BALL [into the middle]TARGET where the unmarked Trezeguet made it 4-1. [79345 / p7]
  4. [He]PASSER then passed [for Zé Roberto]RECIPIENT to increase their lead, ensuring Bayern stormed to the top of the group and leaving Ajax without a point from their opening two fixtures. [1077165 / p2]
  5. That scare spurred United on, and they took the ball upfield with [Giggs]PASSER who passed [to the effervescent Rooney]RECIPIENT . [1077167 / p6]
  6. Aragonés introduced Luque, and he was presented with an immediate chance, [Reyes]PASSER passing [to the young substitute]RECIPIENT , who shot straight at the goalkeeper. [75359 / p6]

Semantic relations


Frame elements

BALL [Ball] PASSER [Player] RECIPIENT [Player] TARGET [On_The_Field_Location]

passed Vranješto substitute Ivan Leko
passed veteran striker Gert Verh...to team-mate Rune Lange
passed the ballsubstitute Marcelo Zalaye...into the middle
passed Hefor Zé Roberto
passed Giggsto the effervescent Roone...
passing Reyesto the young substitute