A pass (aka bump, forearm pass, underhand move) is used in volleyball on almost every play. When someone serves it and it is about at your stomach, you want to pass, to lift the ball. If a ball is at your face, you can set without a pass. If it's in the middle, step back to make a pass. You pass on a hit, too.
You should pass (bump) the volleyball when it is below your shoulders. You will get the best contact with the volleyball this way.
The most significant terms in volleyball are spike, serve, footfault, set and bump
You use a bump after the opposing team hits or serves the ball over. It is also refered to as a dig.
The purpose of a bump is to pass it to the setter so that she/he can set it to the hitter. However, it may be used differently; for example, if the setter bump-sets.
The volleyball bump is "la manchette" (feminine noun, from manche - sleeve) in French.
It is when the ball is hit of your forearms, it is usually the first move used in volleyball.
smash a bump and a volley
Your arms in a flat position called a bump or a pass.