Bypass - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a surgically created shunt (usually around a damaged part)
- a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current (syn: shunt)
The bridge is being rebuilt so we'll have to take the bypass.
To bypass the city, take the highway that circles it.
Is there a way to bypass the bridge construction?
He bypassed the manager and talked directly to the owner.
She managed to bypass the usual paperwork.
It was recommended that the proposal to make a bypass road be rejected.
It's no good trying to by-pass the law.
Interstate 8 bypasses the town to the north.
Francis bypassed his manager and wrote straight to the director.
You cannot bypass these rules!
It is unorthodox to bypass the channels of command in the army.
car theives know how to bypass the ignition interlock
The bridge is being rebuilt so we'll have to take the bypass.[del]
present participle: bypassing
past tense: bypassed
past participle: bypassed