go through[ goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF go through
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO THROUGH
Shepler and the party were to go through the mine as a matter of sight-seeing.
It's sad—sad to go through so much pain and then to have a dead baby.
There is no need that I should go through the whole Pentateuch.
If you are going to live straight, start straight, and then go through with it.
No; go through your compliments to the young lady in the meantime.
"We'll go through the woods," said Mom Beck, lifting her over the fence.
Do you expect to go through the world like this—having other people do your work for you?
I gave you my word of honour I'd go through with this thing, and I'll stick to it.
To whom he therefore whispered, 'Could you say you would like to go through the house?'
A bad commodity to go through the world with, Mr Chuzzlewit!