I'm not sure what is this suppose to mean.
It can be used in a car racing with a literal meaning. Also if she gets higher things - job position, for instance.
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Passa is irons AND passes?
Yes, and many other meanings...
And raisin :p (Actually, some kinds of dried fruit, like "uva passa" and "banana passa", but raisin is the most common).
When would "ultrapassa" be used and how is it different from "passa?"
They are synonyms
Can it be used in the football sense? Could she be passing the ball to the man or would that be a different word?