run through sth Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"run through sth" in British English

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run through sth

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

run through sth (EXAMINE)

to ​look at, ​examine, or ​deal with a set of things, ​especiallyquickly: We ​ran through the ​list, but none of the ​machinesseemed any good. I'd like to ​run through these ​points/​questions with you, if that's ​okay, because you've made several ​mistakes.

run through sth (EXIST)

If a ​qualityruns through something, it is in all ​parts of it: Melancholy ​runs through all her ​stories. Racism ​runsright through ​society.

run through sth (USE UP)

to use up an ​amount of something ​quickly: It took him just a few ​months to ​run through all the ​money his ​fatherleft him.
(Definition of run through sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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run through sth

phrasal verb with run uk   us   /rʌn/ verb (running, ran, run)
to ​look at, ​examine, or ​deal with a set of things, especially quickly: We ​ran through the ​list of ​machines, but none of them were what we were looking for.run through sth with sb I'd like to ​run through these ​points with you.
to quickly repeat or give the ​mainpoints of something: Could you just ​run through the ​mainpoints again, please?
to use up an ​amount of something quickly: We've already ​run through all the ​money we needed for the month.
(Definition of run through sth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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