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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthroughoutthrough‧out /θruːˈaʊt/ ●●● S2 W1 preposition, adverb  1 EVERYWHEREin every part of a particular area, place etc a large organization with offices throughout the world The disease spread rapidly throughout Europe. The house is in excellent condition, with fitted carpets throughout.2 DURINGduring all of a particular period, from the beginning to the end We are open every weekend throughout the year. He was involved in politics throughout his life. The debate continued, but Meredith remained silent throughout.
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throughoutOutbreaks of cholera have been reported throughout the country.Stories of love and adventure were popular throughout the Middle Ages.
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