Etymology
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go through (v.)

"to execute, carry to completion" (a plan, etc., often with with), 1560s; see go (v.) + through (adv.). Meaning "to examine" is 1660s; "to endure, suffer, undergo" is by 1712; "to wear out" (of clothes, etc.) by 1959.

updated on March 25, 2015

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Dictionary entries near go through

go off

go on

go out

go over

go south

go through

go together

go west

Goa

goad

go-ahead