Definitions for "Bypassing"
Moving beach material from the updrift to the downdrift side of an obstruction to longshore drift i.e. harbour breakwater, estuary or river mouth.
Hydraulic or mechanical movement of sand from the accreting updrift side to the eroding downdrift side of an inlet or harbor entrance
In communications and linguistics, bypassing refers to the misunderstanding which develops when the recipient of a message infers a different meaning from the message than that intended by the source. Most commonly, this involves confusion that may result from the different meanings of words; particularly, slang and euphemisms—such confusion is sometimes one of the goals of doublespeak.
In programmed instruction, a technique that permits a student to skip certain portions of the material because of prior knowledge.