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to go through something

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  • pull something through (something) — pull (someone/something) through (something) to help someone or something through a difficult experience. She said her religious faith pulled her through this illness …   New idioms dictionary

  • walk (someone) through (something) — to explain or study something completely. The lawyer prepared himself for the trial by walking through his opening statement. Could you please walk us through the schedule for tomorrow? Related vocabulary: talk through something …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull someone through (something) — pull (someone/something) through (something) to help someone or something through a difficult experience. She said her religious faith pulled her through this illness …   New idioms dictionary

  • put (someone) through (something) — 1. to force someone to experience something unpleasant in order to help them. His teacher put him through six months of writing essays every day to improve his skills. 2. to unintentionally cause someone to experience something painful. Elaine… …   New idioms dictionary

  • talk (you) through (something) — to explain something in detail to someone. Phil was looking for someone to talk him through the new computer system …   New idioms dictionary

  • carry someone through something — carry (someone) through (something) to help someone continue to exist in a difficult situation. People stocked up on food, fuel, and candles to carry them through the storm. She puts her trust in God and believes He will carry her through …   New idioms dictionary

  • put someone through (something) — put (someone/yourself) through (something) to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school. I ended up putting my granddaughter through school. My father wasn t well and couldn t work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college …   New idioms dictionary

  • put yourself through (something) — put (someone/yourself) through (something) to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school. I ended up putting my granddaughter through school. My father wasn t well and couldn t work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college …   New idioms dictionary

  • see (someone) through (something) — to support someone through a difficult time. He was a real friend to see me through my long illness …   New idioms dictionary

  • make it through something — phrase to not die as a result of an illness or an accident She’s made it through the worst of the illness now. Thesaurus: to get better after an illnesssynonym Main entry: make …   Useful english dictionary

  • rush something through something — ˌrush sthˈthrough | ˌrush sth ˈthrough sth derived to deal with official business very quickly by making the usual process shorter than usual • to rush a bill through Parliament • The product was rushed through without adequate safety testing.… …   Useful english dictionary

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