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get through sth

verb uk phrasal verb with get   /ɡet/ (present participle getting, past tense got, past participle got or US gotten) us  

(EXAM)

B2 to succeed in an exam or competition: She got through her exams without too much trouble.

(FINISH)

C2 to finish something: I can get through a lot more work when I'm on my own. We've got a lot to get through today.

(USE UP)

UK (US go through) to use up something: We're getting through a lot of coffee/toilet paper. She gets through ten bars of chocolate each week.
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