PHRASAL VERBS through, round 5

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Angela said, After I got off the plane, a customs officer "checked through" my bags. I think he was looking for drugs. --------------- (check through) something.
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Checar, revisar, buscar cuidadosamente. to carefully examine the contents of something. (see also: go through, look through).

A police officer "checked through" all Erick's records, but couldn’t find anything wrong. --------------- (check through) something.
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Checar, revisar, buscar cuidadosamente. to carefully examine the contents of something. (see also: go through, look through).

Diana's teacher said, your self - assurance "came through" during your presentation, especially when you were answering those difficult questions at the end. --------------- come through.
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Notarse, manifestarse, alcanzar a verrse. be perceptible, to see an emotion. (see also: come across).

Gabriela's lack of confidence "comes through" whenever she speaks in public. --------------- come through.
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Notarse, manifestarse, alcanzar a verrse. be perceptible, to see an emotion. (see also: come across).

Jane said hey April, we weren’t sure if you could come up with a good design, but you’ve really "come through" this time. It’s great girl!. --------------- COME THROUGH.
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Lograrlo, lograr hacerla, conseguir. to produce a result.

Dave Papily told the new guy, you can count on Edgar. He always "comes through" with excellent work. --------------- COME THROUGH.
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Lograr, lo, lograr hacerla, conseguir. to produce a result.

It was a terrible accident and Cathy Williams we'll be in hospital for a long time, but at least she "came through" it with her life. -------------------------------------------- (come through) something.
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Lograr pasar por, lograr superar un periodo de dificultad. to manage to get to the end of a difficult situation. (see also: go through, live through).

Angelina Jolie has "come through" a difficult time with her illness and her divorce. -------------------------- (come through) something.
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Lograr pasar por, lograr superar un periodo de dificultad. to manage to get to the end of a difficult situation. (see also: go through, live through).

Karla was "sorting through" her handbag, trying to find ker car's keys. --------------- sort through.
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Buscar algo entre varias cosas. to look through a number of things, either in order to find something or to put them in order.

Ceci "sorted through" her suitcase for something to wear. --------------- sort through.
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Buscar algo entre varias cosas. to look through a number of things, either in order to find something or to put them in order.

April said, It’ll take days to "get through" all these emails by the deadline. There must be hundreds of them!. --------------- (get through) something.
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Terminar, finalizar. to finish something that you are doing.

The new guy in the company said, I "get through" a lot more work when I'm on my own. --------------- (get through) something.
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Terminar, finalizar. to finish something that you are doing.

Hey Rose can you please "go through" last month’s invoices and put aside any that haven’t been paid yet?. --------------- (go through) something.
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Examinar, revisar cuidadosamente. to carefully read or discuss every part of something in order to make sure that it is correct or acceptable. (see also: check through, look through).

Ana said, when I "went through" my bank statement, I found I'd been charged too much interest. ------------------- (go through) something.
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Examinar, revisar cuidadosamente. to carefully read or discuss every part of something in order to make sure that it is correct or acceptable. (see also: check through, look through).

Jenny Rivera has "gone through" a lot this year, but she’s coped with it all very well. --------------- (go through) something.
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Pasar por una situacion dificil, sufrir, soportar. to experience an unpleasant or difficult situation or event. (see also: live through).

Angelina Jolie "went through" absolute hell during her divorce. --------------- (go through) something.
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Pasar por una situacion dificil, sufrir, soportar. to experience an unpleasant or difficult situation or event. (see also: live through).

Ibanka said, we’re going to "go through with" the renovation of our old apartment, even though the cost has gone up. --------------- (go through with) something.
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Seguir adelante sin importar las dificultades, llebar acabo. to do something unpleasant or difficult which you have planned or promised to do. (see also: carry on (with), go on (with).

The union is determined to "go through with" the strike, despite the threat of job losses if it does. --------------- (go through with) something.
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Seguir adelante sin importar las dificultades, llebar acabo. to do something unpleasant or difficult which you have planned or promised to do. (see also: carry on (with), go on (with).

Lalo, If you have trouble setting up your internet connection, call the service line and a technician will "talk you through" it on the phone. --------------- (talk somebody through) something.
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Explicar en detalle. to help someone to understand something or deal with something by talking to them.

If you call this number Ceci, someone will "talk you through" the procedure of the washing machine. --------------- (talk somebody through) something.
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Explicar en detalle. to help someone to understand something or deal with something by talking to them.

The judge Sonia Sotomayor told the members of the jury to "think the case through" carefully before coming to a decision. --------------- think something out/through.
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Reflexionar bien las cosas, considerar cuidadosamente, analizar, pensar bien. to consider all the important facts in a situation before deciding or doing something. (see also: reflect on, think over).

Essy obviously hadn't "thought it out" properly said her dad Isma. --------------- think something out/through.
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Reflexionar bien las cosas, considerar cuidadosamente, analizar, pensar bien. to consider all the important facts in a situation before deciding or doing something. (see also: reflect on, think over).

I don’t like it when bookshops seal their books said Mike Pence. I like to "flick through" the pages and have a good look before deciding to buy one. --------------- (flick through) something.
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Ojear, mirar sin poner atención, echar un vistazo a algo. to look briefly at the pages of something [esp. book, magazine]. (see also: go through, look through).

Sandra said, I passed the time "flicking through" glossy magazines. --------------- (flick through) something.
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Ojear, mirar sin poner atención, echar un vistazo a algo. to look briefly at the pages of something [esp. book, magazine]. (see also: go through, look through).


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