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Pass Away ( this is a polite and gentle way to say "die" ... )

"Pass Away"

Passed away is a much more gentle and polite way to refer to a person who has died.

Example: "I was so sorry to to learn that your grandfather passed away."

Example: "We were with him all week, and on Thursday he passed away."

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