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    sail through something


    sail through something
    to succeed very easily in a test, examination etc: Adam sailed through his final exams.

    Is this phrasal verb commonly used in your region?
    Last edited by Daruma; 08-Oct-2008 at 13:20.

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    Re: sail through something

    Yes, in Canada. Others may be more common but it is certainly used and understood here and in the States.

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