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Meaning & Definition of Through in English

English

Through

/θru/

adjective

1. Having finished or arrived at completion

  • "Certain to make history before he's done"
  • "It's a done deed"
  • "After the treatment, the patient is through except for follow-up"
  • "Almost through with his studies"
    synonym:
  • done
  • ,
  • through
  • ,
  • through with(p)

2. (of a route or journey etc.) continuing without requiring stops or changes

  • "A through street"
  • "A through bus"
  • "Through traffic"
    synonym:
  • through(a)

adverb

1. From beginning to end

  • "Read this book through"
    synonym:
  • through

2. Over the whole distance

  • "This bus goes through to new york"
    synonym:
  • through

3. To completion

  • "Think this through very carefully!"
    synonym:
  • through

4. In diameter

  • "This cylinder measures 15 inches through"
    synonym:
  • through

5. Throughout the entire extent

  • "Got soaked through in the rain"
  • "I'm frozen through"
  • "A letter shot through with the writer's personality"
  • "Knew him through and through"
  • "Boards rotten through and through"
    synonym:
  • through
  • ,
  • through and through

Examples of using

Man approaches the unattainable truth through a succession of errors.
At Tatoeba you teach in the most efficient way possible — through examples.
Heat is rippling through my body.