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through /θruː/ prep
  1. going in or starting at one side and coming out or stopping at the other side of: a path through the wood
  2. occupying or visiting several points scattered around in (an area)
  3. as a result of; by means of
  4. chiefly US up to and including: Monday through Friday
  5. during: through the night
  6. at the end of; having (esp successfully) completed
  7. through withhaving finished with (esp when dissatisfied with)
adj
  1. (postpositive) having successfully completed some specified activity
  2. (on a telephone line) connected
  3. (postpositive) no longer able to function successfully in some specified capacity: as a journalist, you're through
  4. (prenominal) (of a route, journey, etc) continuous or unbroken: a through train
adv
  1. through some specified thing, place, or period of time
  2. thoroughly; completely
Etymology: Old English thurh; related to Old Frisian thruch, Old Saxon thuru, Old High German duruh



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