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go through

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo through phrasal verb1 difficult/unpleasant situation go through somethingSUFFER to experience a difficult or unpleasant situation, feeling etc When you’re going through a crisis, it often helps to talk to someone. He’s going through a divorce at the moment. It is devastating for a parent to watch a child go through misery.2 process go through something to experience a particular process Candidates must go through a process of selection. Caterpillars go through several stages of growth.3 use go through somethingSPEND MONEY to use up money or a supply of something We went through five pints of milk last week.4 law go through (something)PPV if a law goes through, or goes through Parliament, it is officially accepted5 deal/agreementBBBF if a deal or agreement goes through, it is officially accepted and agreed He accepted the offer and the deal went through. The sale of the land went through.6 practise go through somethingPRACTISE/PRACTICE to practise something, for example a performance Let’s go through the whole thing again, from the beginning.7 search go through somethingLOOK FOR to search something in order to find something in particular Dave went through his pockets looking for the keys. Customs officers went through all my bags.8 read/discuss go through somethingEXAMINE to read or discuss something in order to make sure it is correct We’ll go through the details later on. Do you want me to go through this and check your spellings? go→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
go throughThe hotel was really expensive. We went through $3000 in the first week.I got through all of my money in less than a month and had to get my parents to send me more.Kevin's going through a painful divorce.Generally, engineering contracts first go through a selection committee before being forwarded to Huckelberry's office.Peter had lost his job, and the family was going through a very difficult time.Customs officials went through his luggage but found nothing.Slaven went through his paces as the club announced a sell-out for the March 4 first leg at Ayresome Park.It seems a man goes through his whole life without knowing any more than he can know at the time.It's good to see Patrick looking so happy now, after all he's gone through in the last few years.I've finished my essay, but I just need to go through it to check for spelling mistakes.Prior to the 1987 stock market crash, the third market went through lean periods.You have no right to go through my personal possessions!He went through the contract quite carefully, checking all the details.I'll go through the instructions once more in case you missed anything.If you stay after class, I'll go through the theory with you again.go through somethingGenerally, engineering contracts first go through a selection committee before being forwarded to Huckelberry's office.Robin goes through at least two packs of gum a day.The research has gone through four phases: 1.Slaven went through his paces as the club announced a sell-out for the March 4 first leg at Ayresome Park.It seems a man goes through his whole life without knowing any more than he can know at the time.Prior to the 1987 stock market crash, the third market went through lean periods.It will go through March, April, maybe May.Carry an old T-shirt to keep you warm and go through those vital stretches we have you last month.Very few people can take the pressure that they go through when they build the building.go through somethingGenerally, engineering contracts first go through a selection committee before being forwarded to Huckelberry's office.The research has gone through four phases: 1.Slaven went through his paces as the club announced a sell-out for the March 4 first leg at Ayresome Park.It seems a man goes through his whole life without knowing any more than he can know at the time.Prior to the 1987 stock market crash, the third market went through lean periods.It will go through March, April, maybe May.Carry an old T-shirt to keep you warm and go through those vital stretches we have you last month.Very few people can take the pressure that they go through when they build the building.go through somethingGenerally, engineering contracts first go through a selection committee before being forwarded to Huckelberry's office.The research has gone through four phases: 1.Slaven went through his paces as the club announced a sell-out for the March 4 first leg at Ayresome Park.It seems a man goes through his whole life without knowing any more than he can know at the time.Prior to the 1987 stock market crash, the third market went through lean periods.It will go through March, April, maybe May.Carry an old T-shirt to keep you warm and go through those vital stretches we have you last month.Very few people can take the pressure that they go through when they build the building.go through (something)Generally, engineering contracts first go through a selection committee before being forwarded to Huckelberry's office.The research has gone through four phases: 1.Slaven went through his paces as the club announced a sell-out for the March 4 first leg at Ayresome Park.It seems a man goes through his whole life without knowing any more than he can know at the time.Prior to the 1987 stock market crash, the third market went through lean periods.It will go through March, April, maybe May.Carry an old T-shirt to keep you warm and go through those vital stretches we have you last month.Very few people can take the pressure that they go through when they build the building.go through somethingGenerally, engineering contracts first go through a selection committee before being forwarded to Huckelberry's office.The research has gone through four phases: 1.Slaven went through his paces as the club announced a sell-out for the March 4 first leg at Ayresome Park.It seems a man goes through his whole life without knowing any more than he can know at the time.Prior to the 1987 stock market crash, the third market went through lean periods.It will go through March, April, maybe May.Carry an old T-shirt to keep you warm and go through those vital stretches we have you last month.Very few people can take the pressure that they go through when they build the building.go through somethingGenerally, engineering contracts first go through a selection committee before being forwarded to Huckelberry's office.The research has gone through four phases: 1.Slaven went through his paces as the club announced a sell-out for the March 4 first leg at Ayresome Park.It seems a man goes through his whole life without knowing any more than he can know at the time.Prior to the 1987 stock market crash, the third market went through lean periods.It will go through March, April, maybe May.Carry an old T-shirt to keep you warm and go through those vital stretches we have you last month.Very few people can take the pressure that they go through when they build the building.go through somethingGenerally, engineering contracts first go through a selection committee before being forwarded to Huckelberry's office.The research has gone through four phases: 1.Slaven went through his paces as the club announced a sell-out for the March 4 first leg at Ayresome Park.It seems a man goes through his whole life without knowing any more than he can know at the time.Prior to the 1987 stock market crash, the third market went through lean periods.It will go through March, April, maybe May.Very few people can take the pressure that they go through when they build the building.
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Verb table
go
Simple Form
Present
I, you, we, theygo
he, she, itgoes
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Past
I, you, he, she, it, we, theywent
Present perfect
I, you, we, theyhave gone
he, she, ithas gone
Past perfect
I, you, he, she, it, we, theyhad gone
Future
I, you, he, she, it, we, theywill go
Future perfect
I, you, he, she, it, we, theywill have gone
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Continuous Form
Present
Iam going
he, she, itis going
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you, we, theyare going
Past
I, he, she, itwas going
you, we, theywere going
Present perfect
I, you, we, theyhave been going
he, she, ithas been going
Past perfect
I, you, he, she, it, we, theyhad been going
Future
I, you, he, she, it, we, theywill be going
Future perfect
I, you, he, she, it, we, theywill have been going
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