This passes my understanding.
I refuse to pass on rumors. I heard Jenny and Mike are getting onn together, pass it on! There were ten passes and no fails.
When I pass on, I don't want an elaborate funeral. See also: onpass pass on something 1.
Pass on | meaning of pass on in longman dictionary of contemporary english | ldoce
The noun or pronoun can also be used between "pass" and "on. I'm going to pass on a second helping to save some room for dessert. The government has passed a resolution. Have a piece of pass on and pass the box on. Thailand prostitution asked pss passers-by if they had seen the accident.
The mud has made the ro no longer passable. Related to pass on: pass away pass on euphemism To die. I'm sorry, but we had to pass on your application.
To give, transmit, transfer, or deliver something. You must show your pass before entering. The centre-forward made a pass towards the goal. The sports car passed me at a dangerous bend in the road. pass on
Pass on (phrasal verb) definition and synonyms | macmillan dictionary
To decline or refuse something. I passed my driving test.
Don't pass this on, but Bill isn't living at home any more. His sickness soon passed.
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I think Tommy passed on his stomach bug to me. See also: onpass pass someone on to someone to send, hand, or conduct a person to someone else. To bequeath something.
I passed the baby on to the next pass on relative. I'm so sorry to hear that your father passed on over the weekend. Please pass on this book to the next person on the list. They passed several weeks in the country.
She passed on the baby to her aunt. The magistrate passed judgement on the prisoner. I pass the shops on my way to work; The procession passed along the corridor.