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    passed on and on

    Does "pass on" here mean "your call is transferred on and on to the target person"? Then translation goes like that, but I'm not sure if it happened at one call or several times of calls.

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    ex)... I called the company and explained that I was a virtual reality researcher looking for information on it. I kept getting passed on and on, until finally I was connected to the imagineer running the team, ....

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    Re: passed on and on

    I kept getting passed on and on, until finally I was connected to the imagineer running the team, ....

    I understand this to mean that you were transferred to a series of people, one after the other, until you were connected to someone who could help you.

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