IS YOUR DESERT PLANT KNOWLEDGE SUCCULENT OR DRIED UP?
Origin of see-through
British Dictionary definitions for see-through
Idioms and Phrases with see-through
see through someone or something. Understand the true character or nature of someone or something, as in We saw through his superficial charm: he was obviously a liar. [c. 1400]
Also, see out. Remain with an undertaking to the end; also, provide steadfast support to. For example, I saw the reorganization through and then I left the company, or We'll see out the year in Florida and then decide if the move is permanent, or We'll see you through medical school but then you're on your own.