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See also: onpass pass on someone or something to accept or approve someone pqss something. She refused to pass on Ted, so he will not be appointed. The committee passed on the proposal, so work can now begin. See pass away. Transfer something, as in the card and then pass it on to the others, or Grandpa passed his tools on to his favorite grandson.

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When he made a pass at me, he got a pass right back.

There were ten passes and no fails. They passed several weeks in the country. I am not prepared. To convey some item of information that one has received or acquired to someone else: Please pass on any important information to me. Compare this with fail.

See also: onpass pass on someone or something to accept or approve someone or something. Don't go to work with a bad cold, or you'll pass it on to everyone else. To give something to someone oh, especially after having used or partaken of it: Could you pass the book on to me after you've read it?

Usually with make. The government has passed a resolution. To transmit or convey something that one has received or acquired to someone else: My boss passed the asment on to me. The mud has made the ro no longer passable.

Pass on (phrasal verb) definition and synonyms | macmillan dictionary

I passed my driving test. She refused to pass on Ted, so he will not be appointed.

He was arrested for passing bad checks. See also:. To transmit some disease or sickness to someone: The child passed on the cold to the whole family.

The centre-forward made a pass towards the goal. Can Oon have a pass on that one? To die: At the age of 92, he passed on.

The magistrate passed judgement on the prisoner. To refuse something politely; decline something: I passed on going to the movie with my friends because I was feeling sick. His sickness soon passed. Transfer something, as in the card and then pass it kn to the others, or Grandpa passed his tools on to his favorite grandson.

Also see pass the torch. I passed the news on to the neighbors. Take one cupcake from the tray and pass it on.

He asked the passers-by if they had seen the accident. This passes my understanding.

I pass the shops on my way to work; The procession passed along the corridor. You must show your pass before entering. The committee passed on the proposal, so work can now begin. This is my third pass this semester. See pass away. The sports car passed me at a dangerous bend in the road.

Pass on something | meaning in the cambridge english dictionary

To bestow something to someone, especially a younger relative: I intend to pass my wedding ring on to my granddaughter. All rights reserved. There is nothing I can do.