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Adjective
Denotes a termination of something or an action
“Tyrion and Daenerys stood triumphant after the Battle of Blackwater was through, though neither looked particularly happy after their victory.”
Adjective
Denotes a proceeding from one point to another in the quickest manner and without interruption
“There is a through flight to Canada opening in the next hour and a half if you are interested, Sir.”
Adjective
To be fed up
“I am just about through with this dead-end job.”
Adjective
In continuous succession
Adjective
No longer capable, effective or needed
Adjective
(of a route, road or street) Major or important
Adverb
To the conclusion
“I know this divorce is tough but you'll get through.”
Adverb
From one end to another
“If he gets through, it will be some kind of miracle.”
Adverb
From start to finish
“After enduring an emotional roller coaster, Luke finally got through his Jedi training.”
Adverb
Without interruption or interference
“While the other children are able to placate themselves, Kris carries on through with his temper.”
Adverb
(of time or event, also as preposition) During an entire period
Adverb
From one side or position to another
Preposition
Using the means of
“Tyrion is forced to survive the world of Westeros through his ability to pay close attention to the world around him and not to his own desires.”
Preposition
As a result of
“Luke completed his Jedi training through sheer determination and persistence.”
Preposition
(while moving) In and amongst or surrounded by
“Bourne had to run through the crowd to conceal himself from the assassins.”
Preposition
To the other side of
“Andy Dufresne crawled through a tunnel of human waste to escape from his cell at Shawshank prison.”
Preposition
For all of, or at any time within, a given time interval
“I was kept awake when the neighbor's dog decided it was a good idea to bark and howl through the night.”
Preposition
Within a section of
“There were beautiful paintings plastered on walls through the large corridor.”
Preposition
Up to and including
“The session will go from eleven o'clock in the morning through six o'clock in the evening.”
Preposition
To be finished or done with
Preposition
In the direction of
Verb
Without hope of recovery
Conjunction
Up to the time that (a condition becomes true)
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