Phrasal Verb: Get through

Phrasal Verb: Get through


Meaning: Contact

Example: I tried calling her mobile phone, but I couldn't GET THROUGH.

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Phrasal Verb: Get through


Meaning: Consume

Example: He GETS THROUGH two bottles of wine a day.

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Meaning: Finish

Example: I'm going to take some work home because I haven't managed to GET THROUGH it all today.

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Phrasal Verb: Get through


Meaning: Finish

Example: Call me when you GET THROUGH.

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Phrasal Verb: Get through


Meaning: Succeed in an exam or test

Example: My car didn't GET THROUGH its inspection.

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Phrasal Verb: Get through


Meaning: Help someone or something succeed or pass a test or exam

Example: My teacher GOT me THROUGH the exam.

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Meaning: Endure or deal with a difficult experience

Example: We will have to be careful with our money to GET THROUGH the month.

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Phrasal Verb: Get through


Meaning: Be accepted or passed (laws, proposals, etc)

Example: If the proposal GETS THROUGH, it'll make things much better for us.

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Meaning: Manage to pass

Example: The water GOT THROUGH the roof and damaged the carpets.

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Phrasal Verb: Get through


Meaning: Arrive

Example: The message didn't GET THROUGH.

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