A little confused on être passer par/chez

Bill

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26 December 2018

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A little confused on être passer par/chez

Do either or both of these always imply one of either passing by without entering a place vs passing by and entering.  Some of the examples seem to indicate the former whereas others (la pharmacie par exemple) seem to imply the latter.

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This question relates to:
French lesson "Passer can be used with avoir or être in Le Passé Composé... and changes meaning"

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