pass along

(redirected from passes along)

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.
See also: pass

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
References in periodicals archive ?
All electronic media/daily newspapers and news agencies were requested to approach the office of the secretary, provincial assembly of Sindh for the issuance of Sindh assembly press Gallery passes along with the required documents.
Prior Information Notice: The execution of works and the supply of equipment in the framework of the task: "reconstruction of the fence with accompanying infrastructure" and "lcn construction of the building, guard house and office passes along with the development of complex security systems" within the military complex legionowo.
In the standard method, an optical probe passes along the length of the colon.
What passes along global lines of circulation as pure information is made into a material certainty by Starling: In the former Dutch colony of Surinam, permanently damaged by the overmining of bauxite (aluminum ore), he collected solar energy in a battery that he then used to power an aluminum boat through the canals of Amsterdam until its stored energy was spent.
SoyOyl also requires less energy to produce, which passes along cost savings to end users.
He passes along to Michal news of the tremendously favourable reception of his Oxford lectures on Milton, though she can only laugh at them (9 Feb 1940); and he even admits that his work, which he claims finds its source in her, is ironically "scorned" by her (18 April 1940).
Along with the generic samples, Trigon passes along educational materials to physicians and patients about the differences in costs between brand-name drugs and generic drugs.
As the roller passes along the substrate, it drags the hooked atoms across the surface, which can cause streaks and scratches, which will be most noticeable in higher resolution displays.
DMA passes along your name to marketers, who then remove it from their mailing lists for five years--if they want to.
Woytek Lowski in his book, The Art of Teaching Classical Ballet, passes along his extraordinary expertise in all aspects of teaching classical ballet.
One example of a government that successfully passes along credit card transaction fees while not penalizing card users is the Wisconsin Department of [TABULAR DATA FOR EXHIBIT 1 OMITTED] Transportation (WisDOT).
If the DON simply passes along verbal instructions and doesn't actually get out on the floor and lead by example, the job won't get done.