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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?
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References in classic literature ?
Fentolin was passing along the corridor as they issued from the room.
I have often thought about the top and its spinner, as I have noted the absorbed faces of other people's pleasures in the streets,--two lovers passing along the crowded Strand with eyes only for each other; a student deep in his book in the corner of an omnibus; a young mother glowing over the child in her arms; the wild-eyed musician dreamily treading on everybody's toes, and begging nobody's pardon; the pretty little Gaiety Girl hurrying to rehearsal with no thought but of her own sweet self and whether there will be a letter from Harry at the stage- door,--yes, if we are alone in our griefs, we are no less alone in our pleasures.
But one evening when I was passing along the Avenue de Clichy in front of the cafe which Strickland frequented and which I now avoided, I ran straight into him.
Soon her gigantic hull appeared passing along between the banks, and eleven o'clock struck as she anchored in the road.
One day, for illustration, I was passing along a street of a city, far from here, when I met two men in uniform, one of whom, half pausing and looking curiously into my face, said to his companion, "That man looks like 767." Something in the number seemed familiar and horrible.
His wound was troubling him and, as he was passing along the Avenue de l'Opera, the idea of the cane came to his mind and he acted on it.
His quick ears had caught the swish of woman's gown passing along the passage outside.
The new law decreased the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%, reducing the amount of federal income tax ComEd will pay and creating savings that it is passing along to customers.
The surgery was developed to help women with (http://www.umdf.org/what-is-mitochondrial-disease/) mutations in the DNA of their mitochondria, battery-like structures in cell tissue that provide energy, from passing along mutations during pregnancy by replacing a mother's malfunctioning mitochondria with a healthy donor's.
where soldiers stopped vehicles passing along the way and checked passengers'
Passing along information about other peoples bad behavior may have mental benefits, suggests a study published online Jan.
During the chewing, a nursemaid drinks some of the juices before passing along the infant's meal.
They are, in fact, the ideal medium for passing along the accumulated wisdom of "the tribe" to the other members.
I can give countless examples of this, including one hotel owner passing along gourmet cooking skills to locals who work in the hotel kitchen.