Bedeutung von “through” — Learner’s Dictionary

through

adverb us uk /θruː/
The bullet hit the wall and went though.The security guard relented and let them through.The guard on the door would not let us through.We found an opening in the fence and climbed through.He pushed the window open and reached through.
FROM ONE SIDE TO ANOTHER

B1 from one end or side to another:

He opened the door and walked through.
read/think/talk, etc sth through

to read/think/talk to someone, etc very carefully about something from the start to the end:

I've thought it through and decided not to take the job.
TELEPHONE

connected to someone by telephone:

I tried to phone David but I couldn't get through.
Can you put / me through to the manager, please?

(Definition von “through adverb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)