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run (someone) through something

phrasal verb with run  us   /rʌn/ verb (present participle running, past tense ran  /ræn/ , past participle run)

run (someone) through something (PRACTICE)

to ​practice something; to rehearse : The ​directorwants us to run through the first ​act this ​morning. If you run someone through something, you ​practice it or ​talk about it so the ​person will ​know it ​better: A ​technician ran me through the ​datarecoveryprocess.
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