run through

run through  {v.}
1. To make a hole through, especially with a sword; pierce.
The pirate was a good swordsman, but the hero finally ran him through.
2. To spend recklessly; use up wastefully.
The rich man's son quickly ran through his money.
Syn.: GO THROUGH (4).
3. To read or practice from beginning to end without stopping.
The visiting singer ran through his numbers with the orchestra just before the program.
Categories: verb