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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
through /θru/USA pronunciation
prep. WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
in at one end, side, or surface and out at the other:to push a needle through.
all the way:This train goes through to Boston.
throughout, completely:She was soaked through.
from beginning to end:read the letter all the way through.
to completion:to see it through.
Pronouns[be + ~] at a point or in a state of completion of an action, etc.; finished:Please be quiet until I'm through.
[be + ~ (+ with)] at the end of all relations or dealings:She had to tell her boyfriend they were through.
extending or going from one end, etc., to the other:a through road.
[before a noun] proceeding to a destination, etc., without a change, break, or deviation:a through flight.
[be + ~] of no further use or value; washed-up;
- in at one end, side, or surface and out at the other:to pass through a tunnel.
- past; beyond:drove through a red light.
- from one to the other of:monkeys swinging through the trees.
- across the extent of:traveled through Europe.
- during the whole period of; throughout:We worked through the night.
- done with:What time are you through work?
- to and including:He lived there from 1935 through 1950.
- by means of:I found out through him.
- from the first to the final stage of:Somehow he managed to get through the entire performance.
finished:Critics say he's through as a writer.
through and through:
- throughout every part;
thoroughly:I was cold through and through.
- in all respects:She is an aristocrat through and through.
squeak /skwik/USA pronunciation
Animal Behaviorto make or express (a squeak): [no object]The door squeaks every time you open it.[used with quotations]"I'm afraid,'' he squeaked, ''What do we do next?''
squeak by or through, [no object] to succeed, survive, etc., by a very narrow margin:We managed to squeak by even though our budget had been cut.
- Animal Behaviora sharp, shrill cry or sound:Her voice rose to a squeak as she protested.
- an escape from danger, defeat, etc.:a close squeak with death.
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
through /θruː/ prep
- going in or starting at one side and coming out or stopping at the other side of: a path through the wood
- occupying or visiting several points scattered around in (an area)
- as a result of; by means of
- chiefly US up to and including: Monday through Friday
- during: through the night
- at the end of; having (esp successfully) completed
- through with ⇒ having finished with (esp when dissatisfied with)
- (postpositive) having successfully completed some specified activity
- (on a telephone line) connected
- (postpositive) no longer able to function successfully in some specified capacity: as a journalist, you're through
- (prenominal) (of a route, journey, etc) continuous or unbroken: a through train
Etymology: Old English thurh; related to Old Frisian thruch, Old Saxon thuru, Old High German duruh
- through some specified thing, place, or period of time
- thoroughly; completely
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