Idiom: hand down something (hand something down)
Note: this is often used describe giving a used ite to a younger person in a family.
— I’m the fourth girl in the family so almost all my clothes are handed down to me.
— This printer was handed down to us from the accounting department.
— My aunt has such nice clothes and handbags, we're always so grateful when she hands something down.
— The kids tease me because some of the clothes handed down to me are out of style.
— "Are you handing all of these pairs of shoes down to your sister?" "No, we're giving them away to charity."
— My engagement ring was handed down for three generations of my husband's family.
— That's a gorgeous beaded jacket. Where did you get it?" "It's a vintage jacket handed down from my great-grandmother."
— I never have any nice, new clothes. Mine were all handed down to me from my older brothers.
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