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  1. through

    • IPA[θruː]

    英式

    • prep.
      moving in one side and out of the other side of (an opening, channel, or location);so as to make a hole or opening in (a physical object)
    • adv.
      expressing movement into one side and out of the other side of an opening, channel, or location;so as to make an opening in a physical object
    • adj.
      (with reference to public transport) continuing or valid to the final destination;(of traffic) passing from one side of a place to another in the course of a longer journey
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    • prep.
      介系詞
    • 1. moving in one side and out of the other side of (an opening, channel, or location):

      she walked through the doorway into the living room

      a ten-minute drive through the tunnel brought us to the city of Whittier

    • 2. so as to make a hole or opening in (a physical object):

      the truck smashed through a brick wall

    • 3. moving around or from one side to the other within (a crowd or group):

      they threaded their way through the guests

    • 4. so as to be perceived from the other side of (an intervening obstacle):

      the sun was streaming in through the window

    • 5. expressing the position or location of something beyond or at the far end of (an opening or an obstacle):

      the approach to the church is through a gate

    • 6. expressing the extent of turning from one orientation to another:

      each joint can move through an angle within fixed limits

    • 7. continuing in time towards completion of (a process or period):

      the goal came midway through the second half

    • 8. so as to complete (a particular stage or trial) successfully:

      she had come through her sternest test

    • 9. from beginning to end of (an experience or activity, typically a tedious or stressful one):

      we sat through some very boring speeches

      she's been through a bad time

    • 10. so as to inspect all or part of (a collection, inventory, or publication):

      I flipped though the pages

    • 11. by means of (a process or intermediate stage):

      dioxins get into mothers' milk through contaminated food

    • 12. by means of (an intermediary or agent):

      we are continuing to seek justice through the courts

    • 13. up to and including (a particular point in an ordered sequence):

      they will be in London from March 24 through May 7

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. expressing movement into one side and out of the other side of an opening, channel, or location:

      as soon as we opened the gate they came streaming through

      I went through to the bedroom to answer the phone

    • 2. so as to make an opening in a physical object:

      cut the lemon in half from top to bottom, but not all the way through

      their dog ran out on to the ice and fell through

    • 3. expressing movement around or from one side to the other within a crowd or group:

      a party of about 40 students arrived and I had to push my way through to the reception desk

      I pushed my way though to the front

    • 4. so as to be perceived from the other side of an intervening obstacle:

      you'll find caves and waterfalls sheltered by lush green trees with sunlight streaming through

    • 5. so as to continue in time towards the completion of a process, period, etc.:

      she's just started a tour that will keep her busy right through to June

      my partner was genuinely surprised that babies wake up in the night —he thought newborns sleep through

    • 6. so as to complete a particular stage or trial successfully:

      though he tried to rally support for his bill, he couldn't push it through

      we're extremely pleased to be through to the semi-finals

    • 7. from beginning to end of an experience or activity, typically one that is tedious or stressful:

      Karl will see you through, Ingrid

    • 8. so as to inspect all or part of a publication or document:

      she read the letter through carefully

    • 9. so as to be connected by telephone:

      she put the call through to a nurse

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (with reference to public transport) continuing or valid to the final destination:

      a through train from London

      a through ticket

    • 2. (of traffic) passing from one side of a place to another in the course of a longer journey:

      precincts from which through traffic would be excluded

    • 3. (of a road) open at both ends, allowing free passage from one end to the other:

      the village lies on a busy through road

    • 4. (of a room) running the whole length of a building.
    • 5. (of a team or competitor) having successfully passed to the next stage of a competition:

      Swindon Town are through to the third round

    • 6. having no prospect of any future relationship, dealings, or success:

      she told him she was through with him

      you and I are through

    • n.
      a tour or demonstration of an area or task:
    • a floor-by-floor walk-through of the library
    • adj.
      designed to be walked through:
    • a walk-through gallery

      walk-through registration

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    • n.
      a tour or demonstration of an area or task:
    • a floor-by-floor walk-through of the library
    • adj.
      (of a building or other structure) permitting access from either end:
    • a walk-through gallery

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    • ph. undergo (a difficult period or experience)

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    • ph. pass or assist someone in passing (a difficult or testing experience or period)

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    • ph. undergo (a difficult or painful period or experience)

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    • ph. pass or assist someone in passing (a difficult or testing experience or period)

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    • ph. succeed in surviving or dealing with (an illness or ordeal)

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    • ph. succeed in surviving or dealing with (an illness or ordeal)

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    • IPA[THro͞o]

    美式

    • prep.
      moving in one side and out of the other side of (an opening, channel, or location):
    • she walked through the doorway into the living room

      a ten-minute drive through the tunnel brought us to the city of Whittier

    • adv.
      expressing movement into one side and out of the other side of an opening, channel, or location:
    • as soon as we opened the gate they came streaming through

      I went through to the bedroom to answer the phone

    • adj.
      (of a means of public transportation or a ticket) continuing or valid to the final destination:
    • a through train from Boston

      a through ticket

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    • go through t 用法

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    • Pass through 和 go through 意思是一樣的嗎?

      這以下的情況 :- pass through = go through ================================= (1) 當 "pass through" 或 "go through...mind (突然間, 一個想法穿過了我的腦海) eg. The subway passed through the garden to our school. . .≡ The subway went through the garden to...

    • 英句分析-through

      ... Mama spent climbing hills through remote villages were nothing compared... at camp for five days, Monday through Friday. 我將露營五天,從星期一到星期五...