I saw such phrases used by some guy:
make a pass on something
take a pass on something
What I want to convey with this phrase is something like
browse something (like writing or blueprints, etc) from start to end, maybe quickly. Usually aim to correct errors or refine the stuff.
Like in the following sentence:
I just finished my thesis, can you please make a pass on it and correct the grammar errors there?
Somehow I just want to know whether it's also correct to say
have a pass on something.
Is it okay to put it this way? Or it's mostly unseen before?