pass on
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pass on
[verb]
Synonyms: hand down, bequeath, hand on, transmit
[verb]
Synonyms: communicate, break, convey, impart, transmit
English Thesaurus: die, pass away, pass on, lose your life, perish, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

pass on phrasal verb (see also pass)

1. pass something ↔ on to give someone a piece of information that someone else has given to you
pass something ↔ on to
She said she’d pass the message on to the other students.

2. pass something ↔ on
a) to give something, especially a disease, to your children through your genes
b) to give a slight illness to someone else
pass something ↔ on to
One catches the virus and they pass it on to the rest.

3. pass something ↔ on to make someone else pay the cost of something
pass something ↔ on to
Any increase in our costs will have to be passed on to the consumer.

4. to die – use this when you want to avoid saying the word ‘die’

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

pass on
pass (something) on (to (someone))
to give something to someone.
Companies almost always pass any increase in costs on to consumers.

She had passed on some false information, but I'm sure she thought it was true.

Usage notes: often said about something given to younger people:
I think it's wonderful that you have passed your interest in music on to your children.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pass something on
pass (something) on (to (someone))
to give something to someone.
Companies almost always pass any increase in costs on to consumers.

She had passed on some false information, but I'm sure she thought it was true.

Usage notes: often said about something given to younger people:
I think it's wonderful that you have passed your interest in music on to your children.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pass on
1.pass on
to die
My grandmother passed on when she was 92 years old.

2.pass on (something)
to give away something that you don't use anymore
The girl always passes on her old clothes to her younger sister.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pass on something
pass on (something)
to give away something that you don't use anymore
The girl always passes on her old clothes to her younger sister.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

pass on
v.
1. To give an opinion about; judge; settle.
The college passed on his application and found him acceptable.
The committee recommended three people for the job and the president passed on them.
2. To give away (something that has been outgrown.)
As he grew up, he passed on his clothes to his younger brother.
Compare: HAND DOWN.
3. To die.
Mary was very sorry to hear that her first grade teacher had passed on.
Synonym: PASS AWAY3, PASS OUT3.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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