Definition of 'pass away'
Example sentences containing 'pass away'
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Too many people are passing away. The Sun (2016)Too many people are passing away. The Sun (2016)That was when his mom called to say his dad passed away. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She was asking me about my previous girlfriend who passed away last year. The Sun (2012)His passing away last year was a terrible tragedy. The Sun (2010) People who have passed away are not the only ones remembered. Christianity Today (2000)She passed away last Thursday after she took a turn for the worse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He did so as a tribute to his grandmother, who passed away last week. The Sun (2015)Over the weekend, we made memory boxes of the people who had passed away. The Sun (2014)He passed away last night. The Sun (2014)Three people have passed away. The Sun (2011)Although research suggests most people want to die at home, four out of five people at present pass away in hospital. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I think the doctors thought he would pass away peacefully at home - but he stayed with us. The Sun (2008)Everyone will think I've passed away. The Sun (2008)He was one of more than 400 people in the UK who passed away last year while waiting for a transplant. The Sun (2015)
Definition of pass away from the Collins English Dictionary
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