Meaning of Contre-Passer – French Verb

Contre-Passer means to circle around or bypass.

Examples of contre-passer in Every Day Usage

  1. Je dois contre-passer mes notes de cours avant de les rendre au professeur. (I need to go over my class notes before turning them in to the teacher.)
  2. Nous devons contre-passer les factures pour vérifier qu’elles sont toutes payées. (We have to double-check the invoices to make sure they’re all paid.)
  3. Il faut contre-passer toutes les commandes avant de les envoyer au fournisseur. (We have to review all the orders before sending them to the supplier.)

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