To pass on

to proceed.
To happen to; to come upon; to affect
To determine concerning; to give judgment or sentence upon.
- Rom. v. 12.

See also: Pass, Pass, Pass

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The news came ahead of Labour's Commons vote calling for Ofgem to be given powers to force suppliers to pass on wholesale savings.
The announcement on gas came ahead of Labour's Commons vote today calling for Ofgem to be given powers to force suppliers to pass on wholesale savings.
The firm warned that it may have to pass on costs to customers if the recommendations from the Welsh Language Commissioner are enforced.