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    #1

    see through something

    hay,

    If someone is responsible for the a development process of a product (made sure things are getting done on time, solved problems, arranged status meetings etc.), will it be right to say that "he saw through the development process"


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    #2

    Re: see through something

    He saw the development process through.

    "To see through something" implies that the something is fake.

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    #3

    Re: see through something

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    He saw the development process through.

    "To see through something" implies that the something is fake.
    - falfully's overseer is not seeing through the process, but seeing it through (the word order is crucial).

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