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      • Native Language:
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      • Argentina
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      • Argentina

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    #1

    send me through law school

    she was always buying me gifts, dinner,
    taking me out.
    Heck, she even offered to send me
    through law school.


    Why do they used "through" in this? and what does it means?

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    #2

    Re: send me through law school

    It means to pay the fees so that the person could attend law school.

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