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Mnemonic Aid to Learn Passé :

Passé equals to ‘Something That Has Passed’, if someone describes something as Passé, they think that it is no longer fashionable or that it is no longer effective. That means they are things that have already occurred in the past and have no context with the present. Hence, labeled as ‘something that has passed’.

It is as simple as that!

Meaning of Passé:

1. no longer fashionable or in wide use, something that has outdated.

Pronunciation: pa-sey

Sentence Examples for Passé:

1. The streets were filled with people wearing Passé clothes.
2. I always argued that the handicrafts were Passé.
3. that style of art is now considered Passé.

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