Pass out

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to pass out (third-person singular simple present passes out, present participle passing out, simple past and past participle passed out)

  1. To faint; fall asleep
    I pass out at the sight of blood.
  2. To distribute, to hand out
    We'll pass out copies of the agenda.
  3. (of soldiers, police, fire-fighters, etc) To graduate, usually marked by the ceremony at the end of their training.

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