Phrasal Verb: Go through

Phrasal Verb: Go through


Meaning: Experience

Example: You wouldn't believe what I WENT THROUGH when I was ill!

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Meaning: Read again

Example: I WENT THROUGH my notes before the exam.

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Meaning: Examine, search

Example: I WENT THROUGH my desk looking for the letter.

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Meaning: Do something in a certain way or following certain procedures

Example: You must GO THROUGH the proper channels to get the approval.

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Meaning: Explain

Example: He WENT THROUGH his ideas twice but I couldn't really understand them.

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Meaning: Be approved formally or sanctioned

Example: My divorce WENT THROUGH last week.

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Meaning: Enter

Example: They said I could GO THROUGH the exam room.

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Meaning: Consume or spend

Example: We WENT THROUGH a fortune on our holiday.

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Meaning: Perform or carry something out

Example: I WENT THROUGH my work in a daze after I heard the news.

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