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through

In addition to the idioms beginning with through, see break through; carry through; come through; come up (through); cross (pass through) one's mind; fall between (through) the cracks; fall through; follow through; get through; get through one's head; go through; go through channels; go through the motions; go through the roof; jump through hoops; leaf through; let daylight through; let slip (through the fingers); lie through one's teeth; live through; muddle through; pay through the nose; pull through; put through; put someone through his or her paces; rise through the ranks; run through; sail through; see through; see through rose-colored glasses; sink through the floor; sit out (through); sleep through; squeak by (through); squeeze through; talk through one's hat; think through; win through; work one's way into (through).

The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer.
Copyright © 1997. Published by Houghton Mifflin.
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