pass into

pass (something) in to (one)

To submit, yield, or hand in something to one. I had to pass the paper in to my teacher late because of my grandfather's funeral. She passed the wallet she found in to the police.
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pass into (something)

To shift gradually into some state or condition. The band was something of a one-hit wonder for a while, but now even their most popular song has passed into obscurity. Once the most grand and imposing manor in the entire region, it has passed into disrepair over the last two decades.
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pass into something

to move into something; to fade away into something. Thoughts about the accident, little by little, passed into oblivion. All her old school chums passed into oblivion.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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