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Definition of "go through" [go through]

  • To travel from one end of something to the other. (verb)
  • To execute or carry out. (verb)
  • To examine or scrutinize (a number or series of things), especially in a regular order. (verb)
  • To enact or recite the entire length of (something). (verb)
  • To undergo, suffer, experience. (verb)

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Use "go through" in a sentence
  • "Nancy and I and Dr. John Hutton, a senior White House physician, held a strategy session: Should I go on to Camp David as scheduled, then return to the hospital in a few days and go through the whole business with the Go Lightly again?"
  • "Carter added reassuringly that while he had to go through these processes of selectionI knew as of some months ago that you were my choice."
  • "The Relay for Life event at Caudill Middle School is scheduled to go through the night June"
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