Originally Posted by Frankie
“Past” as an adjective
The first definition which the OED gives for past as an adjective is “Gone by in time; elapsed; done with; over.” For example:
“The days for mourning are now past.”
I'm right. You are wrong. Your "Oops, I ****ed up"
is accepted, Pat.
No, you're wrong. It's worse that you're still wrong after having it brought to your attention. That definition doesn't help you because you weren't using the word "past" that way.
Edit: BTW, you're using it as a verb, not an adjective.
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