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take sb through sth

phrasal verb with take uk   /teɪk/ us   /teɪk/ verb took, taken
to explain something to someone: I'll take you through it one more time, then you can try it yourself.
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take sb through sth

phrasal verb with take uk   /teɪk/ us   verb [T] took, taken
to explain something to someone: This helpful guide will take you through the application procedure.
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