The phrase pasarlo bien means something like "to have a good time" in sentences like, "Lo pasamos muy bien anoche." What does the "lo" in this phrase refer to? Does it replace an actual noun, or is it just an indefinite "it" like in the English sentence, "It's raining outside"?
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I would say it replaces el tiempo (time) or equivalent, as
pasarlo bien == pasar bien el tiempo
For example, if I ask you to give me a hand moving my TV from one side of my room to another; I would tell you: