go through meaning

  "go through" in a sentence
Verb: go through
  1. Go or live through
    "We had many trials to go through"
    - experience, see 
  2. Apply thoroughly; think through
    - work through, run through 
  3. Go across or through
    "A terrible thought went through his mind"
    - pass, go across 
  4. Eat immoderately
    - devour, down, consume 
  5. Pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue
    "Did he go through with the treatment?"
    - follow through, follow up, follow out, carry out, implement, put through

Derived forms: goes through, went through, gone through, going through

Type of: complete, eat, finish, go, locomote, move, travel, undergo, work


[American idiom]
to be approved; to succeed in getting through the approval process.
I sent the board of directors a proposal. I hope it goes through.
We all hope that the new law goes through.

[American slang]
to be approved; to succeed in getting through the approval process.
  I sent the board of directors a proposal. I hope it goes through.
  We all hope that the new law goes through.

Examples

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  1. let us go through the arguments again.
  2. sorry to have made you go through all this.
  3. there is no need to go through the algebraic details.
  4. i don't like to go through your pockets.
  5. let us go through the crowd . be careful, please.

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