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pass along

1. To deliver something to an intended recipient after having received it from someone else. A noun or pronoun can be used between "pass" and "along." Can you pass this notebook along to Jim when you see him in Spanish class? Grandpa gave me a few of his old magazines to pass along to you.
2. To relay a message from one person to another. Sure, I'll pass that info along to the Jamie. Please pass along my message when you see him.
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pass something along

 (to someone)
1. to give or hand something to someone. Would you kindly pass this along to Hillary? Please pass along my advice to Wally over there.
2. to relay some information to someone. I hope you don't pass this along to anyone, but I am taking a new job next month. Could you pass along my message to Fred?
See also: pass
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Its overall goal is to provide a better understanding of the motivations and behaviors of those who pass along email messages.
To correspond about any editorial matters, submit equipment for review, pass along hot audio gossip, put us on your mailing list, or just blow off steam, please write KWN directly at 9775 Mills Road, Ostrander, OH 43061.
The Federal Trade Commission has gone to war to ensure Web site operators don't pass along consumer information to mass marketers.
And as I pass along what I've learned, I hope that my "Answers for Dancers" column online at dancemagazine.com, as well as in my own magazine, Dance & Fitness, will help jump-start your dance career.
Do you have fond memories of your Trail Riding days or did a now-deceased friend or relative pass along special stories?
Atlanta-Manufacturers and retailers of polyester-fill basic bedding products are holding off as long as they can to pass along price increases generated by the continuing oil crisis.
Their strongest argument was that an important precedent would be set if governments were allowed to pass along transaction fees.
Purchasing energy on the commodities market allows landlords to pass along significant tax savings to tenants.
Earlier studies of marine mammals, as well as primates, birds, and a few other animals, have suggested that animals sometimes pass along newly developed behaviors.
scrap consumers are unable to pass along any resulting price increases to most of their customers, who in many cases can shop for primary material if they need to.
Allow the association to decide whether to pass along the entire discount to the members or split it between the association and the members.
Brandle's commitment to pass along her wealth to her nieces and nephews reflects a family tradition.
Higher rates are the result, since insurers pass along the extra expenses.
The eight include the Special Needs Plan, to assist caring for a handicapped dependent; Grandparent Legacy Plan, to help grandparents pass property to grandchildren without the use of current gifts; Charitable Inheritance Plan, to create a legacy for a favorite charity; and the Inheritance Equalization Plan to pass along assets that cannot be divided into equal shares.
This startlingly high level of stylistic integrity, which gives meaning rather than just spectacle to the mystical second act, is a benefit Alonso and her ballet mistress, Josefina Mendez, pass along season after season.