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put one through one's pacesTo test several or all functions or training of a person, animal, machine, etc.Rate it:

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put throughTo connect (a telephone caller with intended callee).Rate it:

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put throughto cause to endureRate it:

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put throughTo pass the ball to (someone) giving them a one-on-one scoring opportunity.Rate it:

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put through its pacesTo test completely; to exercise the full range of abilities or functions.Rate it:

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put through the mangleAlternative form of put through the wringer.Rate it:

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put through the wringerTo interrogate or scrutinize closely; to subject to some trial or ordeal.Rate it:

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rat throughTo rummage; to pick over.Rate it:

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rattle throughTo do something extremely quickly and perfunctorily.Rate it:

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run throughTo use completely, in a short space of time. Usually money.Rate it:

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run throughTo impale a person with a blade, usually a sword.Rate it:

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sail throughTo pass or progress quickly and easily.Rate it:

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scrape throughTo marginally manage to progress.Rate it:

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see someone throughTo constitute ample supply for one for.Rate it:

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see someone throughTo suffice for a time.Rate it:

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see something throughTo fulfill a commitment.Rate it:

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see throughTo be able to predict or read someone.Rate it:

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shine throughTo be discernible despite obstruction; to be apparent or evidenced.Rate it:

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

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shoot throughTo leave.Rate it:

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shoot through like a bondi tramTo leave in haste.Rate it:

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sit throughTo unwillingly stay seated until the end of an event.Rate it:

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skim throughto go through something hastilyRate it:

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skim throughto read something hurriedly without being attached to detailsRate it:

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slip throughTo get past an inspection or procedure without any issue.Rate it:

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slip throughTo barely pass; to minimally succeed at something.Rate it:

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slip through the cracksTo escape notice or lack sufficient attention.Rate it:

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swing throughTo swing and miss at a pitch.Rate it:

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talk throughTo tell someone step by step how to do something.Rate it:

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talk throughTo comfort someone as they endure trauma; to help someone consider an issue or see certain aspects of it.Rate it:

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talk through one's hatTo assert something as true or valid; to bluff.Rate it:

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talk through one's hatTo speak lacking expertise, authority, or knowledge; to invent or fabricate facts.Rate it:

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the way to a man's heart is through his stomachCooking for a man is a good way to win his affections.Rate it:

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through the roofRapidly increasing.Rate it:

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

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walk throughUsed other than as an idiom: walk through.Rate it:

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walk throughTo explain someone something, step by step.Rate it:

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walk throughTo rehearseRate it:

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walk throughTo perform something with ease.Rate it:

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wet throughsoaked, very wetRate it:

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whip throughTo do something extremely quickly and perfunctorily.Rate it:

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win throughto attain one's goal in the end, despite obstacles along the wayRate it:

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

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work throughTo get past a difficult or stressful situation by thinking or talking about it.Rate it:

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hold downTo restrain; to check.Rate it:

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put up withTo tolerate, suffer through, or allow, esp. something annoying.Rate it:

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run forTo try to obtain political position through the democratic voting process.Rate it:

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vale of tearsA symbolic "valley of tears"; meaning the world and the sorrows felt through life. Similar to the Old Testament Psalm 23's reference to the "valley of the shadow of death", the phrase implies that sadness is part of the physical world (i.e. part of human experience).Rate it:

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act outTo express one's feelings through disruptive actions.Rate it:

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break inNew function more naturally through use or wear.Rate it:

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