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Meaning of “through” - Learner’s Dictionary

through

adjective     /θruː/
be through with sth informal to have finished using something or doing something: Let me know when you're through with the iron.Stop having or doing something
be through (with sb) informal to not have a relationship with someone any moreEnding relationships and divorce
[always before noun] A through train goes all the way from one place to another place without the passenger having to change trains.Trains and parts of trains
Translations of “through”
in Vietnamese kết thúc…
in Spanish listo, (haber) acabado con algo…
in Thai ที่เสร็จสิ้น…
in Malaysian habis…
in French qui a fini…
in German fertig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完成的, 結束的, 斷絕的…
in Indonesian selesai…
in Russian прямой, прямого сообщения…
in Turkish direk, aktarmasız…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完成的, 结束的, 断绝的…
in Polish bezpośredni, bez przesiadki…
(Definition of through adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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