went through


went through
crossed, was experienced in; passed over him

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • went through a crisis — experienced a crisis, went through difficult circumstances …   English contemporary dictionary

  • went through the roof — See go through the roof …   English idioms

  • through — [thro͞o] prep. [ME thurgh, thrugh < OE thurh, akin to Ger durch < IE base * ter , through, beyond > L trans, across, Sans tiráḥ, through] 1. in one side and out the other side of; from end to end of 2. a) in the midst of [flying through… …   English World dictionary

  • through thick and thin — {adv. phr.} Through all difficulties and troubles; through good times and bad times. * /The friends were faithful through thick and thin./ * /George stayed in college through thick and thin, because he wanted an education./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • through thick and thin — {adv. phr.} Through all difficulties and troubles; through good times and bad times. * /The friends were faithful through thick and thin./ * /George stayed in college through thick and thin, because he wanted an education./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • through — ♦ (The preposition is pronounced [[t]θruː[/t]]. In other cases, through is pronounced [[t]θru͟ː[/t]]) 1) PREP To move through something such as a hole, opening, or pipe means to move directly from one side or end of it to the other. The theatre… …   English dictionary

  • through — through1 W1S1 [θru:] prep, adv ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(door/passage etc)¦ 2¦(cutting/breaking)¦ 3¦(across an area)¦ 4¦(see through something)¦ 5¦(past a place)¦ 6¦(time)¦ 7¦(process/experience)¦ 8¦(competitions)¦ 9¦(because of something)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • through — 1 /Tru:/ preposition 1 entering something such as a door, passage, tube, or hole at one end or side and leaving it at the other: They were suddenly plunged into darkness as the train went through the tunnel. | The ball went flying through the… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • through — prep., adv., & adj. (also thro , US thru) prep. 1 a from end to end or from side to side of. b going in one side or end and out the other of. 2 between or among (swam through the waves). 3 from beginning to end (read through the letter; went… …   Useful english dictionary

  • through — 1. preposition /θɹuː,θɹu/ a) From one side of an opening to the other. I went through the window. b) Entering, then later exiting. I drove through the town at top speed without looking left or right …   Wiktionary


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