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to put something through something

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  • put someone through their paces — put someone through their paces/put something through its paces/ phrase to make a person or machine show how good they are at doing something The test drivers put the new models through their paces. Thesaurus: to test something or someonesynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • put something through its paces — put someone through their paces/put something through its paces/ phrase to make a person or machine show how good they are at doing something The test drivers put the new models through their paces. Thesaurus: to test something or someonesynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • put one through one's paces — {v. phr.} To train and discipline someone; test one s abilities. * /The new recruits were certainly put through their paces by the drill sergeant./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put one through one's paces — {v. phr.} To train and discipline someone; test one s abilities. * /The new recruits were certainly put through their paces by the drill sergeant./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • 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

  • put something through (their) paces — put (someone/something) through (their) paces to test the ability or skill of a person or system. This contest will really put you guys through your paces. Frank took the car for a drive through the mountains and really put it through its paces …   New idioms dictionary

  • put something through — put (someone/something) through to arrange for a telephone call to be made to a place or person. The international operator put me through to London. Passengers could put through calls on their cell phones …   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

  • put someone through (their) paces — put (someone/something) through (their) paces to test the ability or skill of a person or system. This contest will really put you guys through your paces. Frank took the car for a drive through the mountains and really put it through its paces …   New idioms dictionary

  • put someone through — put (someone/something) through to arrange for a telephone call to be made to a place or person. The international operator put me through to London. Passengers could put through calls on their cell phones …   New idioms dictionary

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