通过，穿过; 经由; 透过; 凭借
从头到尾; 彻底; 自始至终
（电话）接通; 通话完毕; 有洞的; 直达的
A brilliant shaft of sunlight burst through the doorway.
The company I work for went through a rough patch.
Mobutu ascended through the ranks, eventually becoming commander of the army.
Colin Oates also made it through to his quarter-finals.
Purchasing a gun through a licensed dealer is different.
The Greek side go through to the Europa League.
He went through the forest all the next day too.
Tom bore up bravely through his father's illness.
He became ill through overwork.
To move through something such as a hole, opening, or pipe means to move directly from one side or end of it to the other.
ADV after v
The theatre was evacuated when rain poured through the roof at the Liverpool Playhouse...
Go straight through that door under the EXIT sign...
Visitors enter through a side entrance...
The main path continues through a tunnel of trees.
To cut through something means to cut it in two pieces or to make a hole in it.
Use a proper fish knife and fork if possible as they are designed to cut through the flesh but not the bones...
Rabbits still manage to find a way in. I am sure that some have even taken to gnawing through the metal.
To go through a town, area, or country means to travel across it or in it.
Go up to Ramsgate, cross into France, go through Andorra and into Spain.
...travelling through pathless woods...
The couple set off in August from Morocco, drove through the Sahara, visited Nigeria and were heading for Zimbabwe.
那对夫妇 8 月从摩洛哥出发，驱车穿过撒哈拉大沙漠，游览了尼日利亚，正向津巴布韦进发。
...and Sue Cook takes her family on a motoring trip through Cornwall.
If you move through a group of things or a mass of something, it is on either side of you or all around you.
We made our way through the crowd to the river...
Sybil's fingers ran through the water...
Nancy kept running, plunging through the sand...
He hurried through the rain, to the patrol car.
To get through a barrier or obstacle means to get from one side of it to the other.
Allow twenty-five minutes to get through Passport Control and Customs...
留出 25 分钟过护照检查处和海关。
He was one of the last of the crowd to pass through the barrier...
Traders generally travel safely through the border.
If a driver goes through a red light, they keep driving even though they should stop.
He was killed at a road junction by a van driver who went through a red light...
We drove through red traffic lights, the horn blaring.
If something goes into an object and comes out of the other side, you can say that it passes through the object.
The ends of the net pass through a wooden bar at each end...
Zita was herself unconventional, keeping a safety-pin stuck through her ear lobe.
To go through a system means to move around it or to pass from one end of it to the other.
...electric currents travelling through copper wires...
What a lot of cards you've got through the post!
...a child's successful passage through the education system.
If you see, hear, or feel something through a particular thing, that thing is between you and the thing you can see, hear, or feel.
Alice gazed pensively through the wet glass...
They could hear music pulsing through the walls of the house...
I am sure I can feel a vibration through the soles of my feet.
If something such as a feeling, attitude, or quality, happens through an area, organization, or a person's body, it happens everywhere in it or affects all of it.
An atmosphere of anticipation vibrated through the crowd...
The melody that ran through his brain was composed of bad notes...
What was going through his mind when he spoke those amazing words?...
A mood of optimism swept through the company and its customers.
If something happens or exists through a period of time, it happens or exists from the beginning until the end.
We're playing in New Zealand, Australia and Japan through November...
整个 11 月，我们都在新西兰、澳大利亚和日本巡回演出。
Saga features trips for older people at home and abroad all through the year...
She kept quiet all through breakfast.
If something happens from a particular period of time through another, it starts at the first period and continues until the end of the second period.
...open Monday through Sunday from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm...
开放时间：周一到周日，每天早晨 7: 00 到晚上 10: 00
During her busy season (March through June), she often completes as many as fifty paintings a week.
她忙的时候(从 3 月一直到 6 月)，常常一个星期完成多达 50 幅画作。
If you go through a particular experience or event, you experience it, and if you behave in a particular way through it, you behave in that way while it is happening.
Men go through a change of life emotionally just like women.
...a humorous woman who had lived through two world wars in Paris...
Why was I putting myself through all this misery?...
Through it all, Mark was outwardly calm.
If you are through with something or if it is through, you have finished doing it and will never do it again. If you are through with someone, you do not want to have anything to do with them again.
I'm through with the explaining...
Training as a marriage counsellor would guarantee her some employment once her schooling was through...
They were through. They wanted out. Forever...
I'm through with women.
You use through in expressions such as half-way through and all the way through to indicate to what extent an action or task is completed.
n PREP n
A thirty-nine-year-old competitor collapsed half-way through the marathon and died shortly afterwards.
一名 39 岁的马拉松参赛者跑到一半时瘫倒在地，没过多久就死了。
If something happens because of something else, you can say that it happens through it.
They are understood to have retired through age or ill health...
The thought of someone suffering through a mistake of mine makes me shiver.
You use through when stating the means by which a particular thing is achieved.
Those who seek to grab power through violence deserve punishment...
You simply can't get a ticket through official channels.
If you do something through someone else, they take the necessary action for you.
Do I need to go through my doctor or can I make an appointment direct?...
Speaking through an interpreter, he called for some new thinking from the West.
If something such as a proposal or idea goes through, it is accepted by people in authority and is made legal or official.
ADV after v
It is possible that the present Governor General will be made interim President, if the proposals go through...
The secretary of state during the Nixon-Ford transition did not wish to push the proposals through.
If someone gets through an examination or a round of a competition, they succeed or win.
She was bright, learned languages quickly, and sailed through her exams...
All the seeded players got through the first round.
When you get through while making a telephone call, the call is connected and you can speak to the person you are phoning.
ADV after v
He may find the line cut on the telephone so that he can't get through...
Smith tried to get through to Frank at Warm Springs the next morning.
If you look or go through a lot of things, you look at them or deal with them one after the other.
Let's go through the numbers together and see if a workable deal is possible...
When you have finished your list of personal preferences, go through it again...
David ran through the agreement with Guy, point by point...
He, too, had a lot of paperwork to get through.
If you read through something, you read it from beginning to end.
She read through pages and pages of the music I had brought her...
I only had time to skim through the script before I flew over here.
A through train goes directly to a particular place, so that the people who want to go there do not have to change trains.
...Britain's longest through train journey, 685 miles.
If you say that someone or something is wet through, you are emphasizing how wet they are.
adj ADV emphasis
I returned to the inn cold and wet, soaked through by the drizzling rain...
She went on crying, and cried and cried until the pillow was wet through.
Through and through means completely and to the greatest extent possible.
usu n/adj PHR
I've gotten my feet thoroughly soaked and feel frozen through and through...
People assume they know me through and through the moment we meet.
(表示位置)在…之中; 在…各处; 遍及
The earth moves through space.
Tom bore up bravely through his father's illness.
He went through the forest the next day.
He has decided to prolong his visit through the weekend.
I learnt of the position through a newspaper advertisement.
It was through him that I missed my train.
The politician struggled to speak through the shouts of the crowd.
Can I get through by this road?
I'm counting on you to help me through!
遍及;完全地,彻头彻尾地 [亦作 through and through]
1. having finished or arrived at completion;
- " "certain to make history before he's done" "
- " "it's a done deed" "
- " "after the treatment, the patient is through except for follow-up" "
- " "almost through with his studies" "
2. of a route or journey etc.; continuing without requiring stops or changes;
- " "a through street" "
- " "a through bus" "
- " "through traffic" "
1. from one end or side to the other;
- " "jealousy pierced her through" "
2. from beginning to end;
- " "read this book through" "
3. over the whole distance;
- " "this bus goes through to New York" "
4. to completion;
- " "think this through very carefully!" "
5. in diameter;
- " "this cylinder measures 15 inches through" "
6. throughout the entire extent;
- " "got soaked through in the rain" "
- " "I'm frozen through" "
- " "a letter shot through with the writer's personality" "
- " "knew him through and through" "
- " "boards rotten through and through" "
through and through
In every part; throughout 每一部分；彻底地
wet through and through.
In every aspect; completely 每一方面；全面地
a success through and through.
run somebody through the mill
She's quite eager to try again,although they really ran her through the mill.
The new car was put through the mill.
put somebody through the wringer
Students asking for loans are really put through the wringer.
Old English thurh (preposition and adverb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch door and German durch. The spelling change to thr- appears c.1300, becoming standard from Caxton onwards