“Pass on it”: idiom meaning.
- Pass on it
- Refuse, do not accept an offer. If someone is giving you something to eat and you say you’ll pass on it, it means you don’t want to eat it.
Other examples of “pass on it” idiom in a sentence
- I think I’ll pass on your offer.
- Thank you for the proposal but I’ll pass on it.
- I’ll pass on the pizza.
“Pass on it”: use in context explanation
The kid has been playing in the kitchen. He’s decided to make a cake for his dad. He tried the best he could but the cake doesn’t look very good. Nevertheless, the mum is proud of her son and appreciates the effort her son put into making the cake. But the dad says he’ll pass on it. He doesn’t want to eat it.