What is the past tense of see through?

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The past tense of see through is saw through.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of see through is sees through.

The present participle of see through is seeing through.

The past participle of see through is seen through.

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They used every trick in the book to justify the unjustifiable and the people saw through their lies, half truths and dissimulations.
Speaking of seeing through each other's eyes, I saw through his, as he swallowed hard and gave me a strained smile.
The fact that nearly a quarter of respondents saw through the bias is itself impressive.
At least the majority of people saw through their lies and believe the truth I was telling.
I'm not convinced they saw through my ruse of pretending to photograph someone else.
Nineteenth-century astronomers argued over what they saw through their telescopes when the Moon occulted a star.

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