Definition of 'get through'
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That helped me get through my nursing degree. The Sun (2016)You just get through it and you keep going. The Sun (2016)They asked them to get through a maze after first showing them the way. The Sun (2016)If anyone get through something like has the attitude to do it. The Sun (2016)He clearly felt that the message had not got through. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They just about got through it before security guards hauled them away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And he is equally convinced the message has got through to his players. The Sun (2016)If you are after the most fashionable way to get through a hard day, raw cacao should be at the top of your shopping list. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Action planet Mars in your work zone helps you get through a long to-do list. The Sun (2016)We have specially trained officers with the family to help get through this horrendous ordeal. The Sun (2014)Watching it feels like trying to read a letter that has only just got through the censors. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The fact he has managed to get his leg on fire after getting through security is surprising. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We get through a huge amount of pyrotechnics and the stunts and effects are amazing. The Sun (2006)You can see the message gets through. The Sun (2011)Keep to your normal routine to get through the day. The Sun (2015)The theatre helped me get through that stage in my life. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There was no talk of just trying to get through the pool stages. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Say no to both of them and repeat it until the message gets through. The Sun (2010)That should help retailers get through this season in better shape than otherwise. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Must more innocents die before the message gets through? The Sun (2015)Work is not just something we get through so that you can then reach people in ministry places. Christianity Today (2000)Is something not getting through yet? Times, Sunday Times (2008)It may be uncomfortable but we'd get through it and come out the other end. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She fought off stiff competition from 1,000 hopefuls after getting through an interview and maths test. The Sun (2008)It took something to get through it, for sure. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you have trust, you can get through anything that comes your way. Times, Sunday Times (2011)MADE some hard yards and got through a huge amount of work in defence. The Sun (2011)
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