go through

go through  {v.}
1. To examine or think about carefully; search.
I went through the papers looking for Jane's letter.
Mother went through the drawer looking for the sweater.
Syn.: GO OVER.
2. To experience; suffer; live through.
Frank went through many dangers during the war.
3. To do what you are supposed to do; do what you promised.
I went through my part of the bargain, but you didn't go through your part.
Syn.: CARRY OUT.
4. To go or continue to the end of; do or use all of.
Jack went through the magazine quickly.
We went through all our money at the circus.
Syn.: RUN THROUGH.
5. To be allowed; pass; be agreed on.
I hope the new law we want goes through Congress.
The sale of the store went through quickly.
Categories: experience verb

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