go through


verb (intr)

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Idioms and Phrases with go through

go through

1

Examine carefully, as in I went through all the students' papers. [Mid-1600s]

2

Experience, undergo, suffer, as in We went through hell trying to find an answer. [Early 1700s]

3

Perform; also, rehearse for performance. For example, I went through the sonata in ten minutes, or Let's go through the third act again. [Mid-1700s]

4

Use up, complete, as in The children went through all the milk we bought in one day. [Mid-1900s]

5

Succeed, be approved, as in I'm sure this new deal will go through. [Late 1800s]

6

go through with. Complete, carry out, as in They got engaged last year, but I'm not sure they'll go through with the wedding. [Mid-1500s]

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