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English definition of “take something through something”

take something through something

phrasal verb with take  us   /teɪk/ verb [T] (past tense took  /tʊk/ )
to continue doing something during a period of time: Without a fee, the defense attorney took his case through two trials, finally winning in the Ohio Supreme Court.
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