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wade throughTo do a boring, repetitive research task.Rate it:

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wade inTo interrupt someone, or a situation, by doing or saying something abruptly, or forcefully, and usually without thinking about the consequences.Rate it:

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through and throughCompletely; entirely; fundamentally.Rate it:

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go through the roofA dramatic physical or emotional reaction or tirade to any of these. A disappointment, a great omission or error, an unnecessary loss due to inattention or carelessness.Rate it:

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it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of godThe rich can afford more immoral behavior than the poor.Rate it:

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leaf throughRapidly reading short sections at random.Rate it:

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fall throughTo be unsuccessful, abort, come to nothing/naught; to be cancelled; not to proceed.Rate it:

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come throughTo survive.Rate it:

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go through withTo proceed; to continue.Rate it:

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look through rose-tinted glassesAlternative spelling of wear rose-colored glasses.Rate it:

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pass throughTo transit something.Rate it:

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run throughTo go through by running.Rate it:

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run throughTo pervade, of a quality that is characteristic of a group, organisation, or system.Rate it:

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think throughTo fully consider an action, and understand all its consequences.Rate it:

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pass throughTo infiltrate.Rate it:

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run throughTo briefly summarise.Rate it:

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run throughTo repeat something.Rate it:

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strike throughPartly obliterate text by drawing a continuous line through the centre thereof, usually to indicate the deletion of an error or obsolete information.Rate it:

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hear through the grapevineTo hear rumors; to learn through friends of friends.Rate it:

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break throughUsed other than as an idiom: see break, through.Rate it:

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break throughTo gain popularity.Rate it:

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break throughTo penetrate the defence of the opposition.Rate it:

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breeze throughTo get through or succeed in quickly and easily.Rate it:

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camel through the eye of a needleHyperbole to illustrate that something is almost impossible to do or to happen.Rate it:

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carry throughTo manage to execute; to perform successfully, all the way to the end.Rate it:

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check throughTo permit someone to continue onward, e.g. through a security checkpoint, after verifying their identity, tickets, etc.Rate it:

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check throughTo inspect something, often to try to find errors, problems, etc.Rate it:

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click throughTo click on a link in order to move to another page.Rate it:

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comb throughto examine scrupulouslyRate it:

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come throughTo succeed.Rate it:

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come throughNot to let somebody down, keep one's promise.Rate it:

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crack throughTo penetrateRate it:

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crack throughTo overcome, get byRate it:

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cut throughUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see cut,‎ through.Rate it:

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cut throughto deal with an issue quicklyRate it:

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cut throughto take a shortcut throughRate it:

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drag through the mudto tarnish or spoil enough so that it is no longer respectableRate it:

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drive a coach and horses throughTo spoil, break or render ineffective a rule, plan or agreement.Rate it:

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fall through the cracksTo be missed; to escape the necessary notice or attention.Rate it:

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flick throughTo browse rapidly.Rate it:

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follow throughTo finish; to complete, especially, of a commitment.Rate it:

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get throughTo overcome; to endure.Rate it:

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get throughTo complete; to finish.Rate it:

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get throughTo be made successfully.Rate it:

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get through one's headTo come to terms with a fact, a state of affairs, etc. that one was previously unable or refusing to accept.Rate it:

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get through toTo succeed in communicating with (after initial difficulty).Rate it:

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go throughto readRate it:

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go through hellTo have a miserable experience.Rate it:

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go through hellWinston Churchill.Rate it:

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go through the millTo experience the suffering or discipline necessary to bring one to a certain degree of knowledge or skill, or to a certain mental state.Rate it:

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