Is it proper english to say “to out pass censorship” ?

Question by Romain: Is it proper english to say “to out pass censorship” ?
Could you say “out pass the governmental Internet censorship” ?
Or “overcome censorship” ?

If not, could you provide some equivalents or words best fitting the sentence ?

Best answer:

Answer by ?a├žade
“bypass” One word. It means to get around something. To avoid by going around.

You can use the Internet if you can bypass governmental censorship.

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