pass the buck idiom meaning and sentence

pass the buck idiom meaning and sentence

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  1. Pass the buck – its meaning is to avoid responsibility or blame for something by passing it on to another person.

     

    Example – Bureaucrats passes the buck when they need to make the decisions.

    State government pass the buck on coal mines to the central government.

     

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