to pass on[VERB]
[phrase form: pass]
1. I'm going to pass on dessert, if you don't mind.
2. I have so much work to do now that my boss has retired and passed on the baton to me.
3. But having now passed on the baton, she expects him to develop his own style of chairmanship and provide strong leadership.
4. I’m afraid I’ll have to pass on that offer of coffee.