It was asked, left to right, across the stage, bypassing Gingrich, tightening the noose.
Africa has skipped a technological generation, bypassing the landlines that stripe our Western skies for the wireless way.
bypassing the agent, said Iooss, now “seems like a novel approach.”
The senator then turned to Chief Johnson for questions, bypassing LaPierre.
By bypassing college to go directly into the NBA, he made hundreds of millions of dollars when he was still 18.
1823, "to pass by" (implied in bypassed), from bypass (n.). From 1928 as "to go around, avoid;" figurative use from 1941. Related: Bypassed; bypassing.
bypass by·pass (bī'pās')
A passage created surgically to divert the flow of blood or other bodily fluid or to circumvent an obstructed or diseased organ.
A surgical procedure to create such a channel.