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Definition of through


  • tired, unable to go on.
    I was so through after that exam.

    Last edited on Mar 16 2011. Submitted by Kat H. from MD, USA on Dec 02 1998.

  • awful.
    Her outfit is through.

    Last edited on Mar 16 2011. Submitted by Kat H. from MD, USA on Dec 02 1998.

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Definitions include: to accidentally defecate.
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Definitions include: to go through a rough patch, i.e. a difficult time.
Definitions include: to suffer a great ordeal.
Definitions include: to do something out of obligation rather than desire, without devoting any significant effort.
Definitions include: to become very high.
Definitions include: acronym for "heard through".
Definitions include: to perform unnecessary tasks to get a goal accomplished.
Definitions include: used to express the amount of effort required to accomplish a task that needs to be completed ahead of schedule.
Definitions include: to tell a big lie.
Definitions include: quickly.

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