run through[ ruhn-throo ]SEE DEFINITION OF run through
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUN THROUGH
One of the Javas was run through the body, and a French officer got killed.
He had already had two wives, and run through their fortunes.
We may observe a like distinction to run through all the other perceptions of the mind.
Cowardice is catching and will run through an army like the putrid fever.'
When he had run through all his money, his relatives cast him out.
The mining-tunnel does not run through a hill, but only into it.
Larkin left her a little money, but I guess she's run through most of it by this time.
His talk sounded as if it had been run through a meat chopper.
Mr. Taylor he mentioned as having been run through the body with a spear.
Please take her in and see that she is made at home while I run through my mail.