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|present participle||passing on|
|past tense||passed on|
|past participle||passed on|
When you’ve read this message, please pass it on.
I’ll pass these clothes on to my nephew when my lads have outgrown them.
I took the day off work because I didn’t want to pass on my flu to everyone in the office.
The retailer is forced to pass these extra costs on to the customer.
I’ll pass you on to our claims department.
This is the British English definition of pass on. View American English definition of pass on.