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Translation of "through" - English-Spanish dictionary

through

preposition   /θruː/
A2 from one end or side of something to the other a través de, por The River Seine flows through Paris. The Mississippi River flows through New Orleans.
B1 from the beginning to the end of something durante He worked through the night.
B1 because of someone or something mediante, a través de She got the job through hard work.
B1 using something, or with someone’s help a través de, gracias a I met my girlfriend through my brother.
US from one time until another time de… a… The store is open Monday through Friday.
(Definition of through from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

through

preposition /θruː/
into from one direction and out of in the other a través de The water flows through a pipe.
from side to side or end to end of a través de He walked (right) through the town.
from the beginning to the end of de cabo a rabo, de principio a fin, entero She read through the magazine.
because of por, a causa de He lost his job through his own stupidity.
by way of a través de, gracias a He got the job through a friend.
( American) from … to (inclusive) de… a I work Monday through Friday.
throughout preposition
in all parts of por todas partes They searched throughout the house.
from start to finish of durante todo, a lo largo de She complained throughout the journey.
all through
from beginning to end of durante (todo), de principio a fin The baby cried all through the night.
in every part of por/en todo Road conditions are bad all through the country.
soaked/wet through adjective
very wet empapado, hecho una sopa His coat was wet through.
through and through adverb
completely hasta la médula He was a gentleman through and through.
through with
finished with (haber) acabado (con algo/de hacer algo) Are you through with the newspaper yet?
(Definition of through from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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