A phrasal verb is a two-word idiomatic expression. It is made by putting a verb and a preposition or an adverb particle together.
Pass is used in a number of common phrasal verbs. Here is a list of them.
To pass something around is to give it to everyone present.
She passed the notice around.
To pass away is to die.
She passed away peacefully last night.
Pass by has several meanings
a) to miss an opportunity
I don’t want this opportunity to pass me by.
b) to visit briefly
We passed by the supermarket on the way home.
c) to go past without stopping
Somebody just passed by the window.
Pass on has several meanings.
a) to die
She passed on when she was just thirty-three.
b) give a message to someone
Will you pass on that the match has been cancelled?
c) to decline an opportunity or an offer
It was such a good opportunity that I didn’t want to pass it on.
To pass out is to lose consciousness.
She passed out from fatigue.
To pass through is to visit a place briefly.
I passed through Thane on my way to Mumbai.
To pass something to someone else is to give them the ownership of it.
This restaurant will pass to his son when he dies.
To pass up is to decline an opportunity.