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talk through

verb (transitive)
(adverb) to discuss (a problem or situation) in detail
(preposition) to explain to (a person) all the stages of a process: ask a friend to talk you through the exercise
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  • Come, lieutenant, open the door; we cannot talk through this oak.

    The Queen's Necklace

    Alexandre Dumas pre
  • He could talk through twenty cigarettes on any topic that you brought up.

    Sixes and Sevens

    O. Henry
  • No, m'm, you must talk through the bars, but I won't disturb you.

    The Third Degree

    Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow
  • Th' village lads tries to talk through their noses like him.

    T. Tembarom Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • If I must talk through a wall of nonsense, I may as well desist.

    Jane Allen: Center Edith Bancroft
  • "Tell him not to talk through the Good Friday music," I begged.

    Sonia Between two Worlds Stephen McKenna

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