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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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