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Preposition: через посредством благодаря сквозь
Adverb: насквозь совершенно
Adjective: сквозной прямой транзитный беспересадочный
Verb: пролезать

Фразы:

to blow through pipe-line - продувать трубопровод

to run a board through planer - строгать доску

to break through security lines - прорваться сквозь оборонительные линии

to break a trail through the woods - проложить тропу через лес

to bustle through a crowd - пробиваться сквозь толпу

to button through - застёгиваться на пуговицы сверху донизу

to put through a call - соединяться по телефону

selling through catalogues - торговля по каталогам

blood circulates through the body - кровь циркулирует в организме

to come through in the clutch - пройти через серьёзные испытания

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Примеры:

Read the book through carefully. - Прочитайте книгу внимательно от начала до конца.

The store is open Monday through Saturday. - Магазин открыт с понедельника по субботу.

He won't live through the night. - Он не доживёт до утра.

Please hold the line and I'll put you through. - Пожалуйста, оставайтесь на линии, я соединю вас.

I tried phoning you, but I couldn't get through. - Я пытался дозвониться до тебя, но мне не удалось.

I learnt of the position through a newspaper advertisement. - Я узнал об этой вакансии из рекламы в газете.

I looked through the window. - Я посмотрел через окно.

They were suddenly plunged into darkness as the train went through a tunnel. - Они внезапно погрузились во тьму: поезд проезжал сквозь тоннель.

I'm frozen through - Я насквозь промёрз.

Is this a through road? - Это сквозная дорога?

Let me through — I'm a doctor. - Пропустите меня, я врач. / Дайте мне пройти, я доктор.

The road goes through the forest. - Дорога идёт через лес.

He went through many hardships. - Он прошёл через много трудностей.

He just walked through the door. - Он просто прошёл через дверь.

England are through to the semifinal. - Англия прошла в полуфинал.

I heard about it through a friend. - Я слышал об этом от приятеля.

I'm not through yet. I have one more topic to discuss. - Я ещё не закончил. У меня есть еще одна тема для обсуждения.

He slept right through the day. - Он проспал весь день.

I could see her through the window. - Мне было видно её через окно.

The nail went completely through. - Гвоздь прошел насквозь.

The burglar came through the window. - Грабитель проник в дом через окно.

He got through the examinations. - Он выдержал экзамены.

Let these people go through, please. - Пожалуйста, дайте пройти этим людям.

The River Thames flows through London. - Темза протекает через Лондон.

He hit the nail through the wood. - Он пробил гвоздём древесину.

Did you manage to get through to her? - Вам удалось с ней связаться?

I could see right through the thin curtains. - Через тонкие шторы мне всё было видно.

A football came crashing through the window. - В окно со звоном влетел футбольный мяч.

We'll never get throughthe mud is too deep. - Нам тут не пробраться: грязь слишком глубокая.

A special bill was rushed through Congress to deal with the emergency. - Чтобы справиться с чрезвычайной ситуацией, через конгресс в срочном порядке провели специальный законопроект.

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Связанные термины:

cut through: to penetrate or go through by cutting

get through: If you get through a task or an amount of work, especially when it is difficult, you complete it.

go through: If you go through an experience or a period of time, especially an unpleasant or difficult one, you experience it.

let through: to allow to pass (through)

put through: When someone puts through someone who is making a phone call, they make the connection that allows the phone call to take place.

run through: If you run through a list of items, you read or mention all the items quickly.

see through: If you see through someone or their behaviour, you realize what their intentions are, even though they are trying to hide them.

sit through: If you sit through something such as a film, lecture, or meeting, you stay until it is finished although you are not enjoying it.

through way: a way that traffic or vehicles can pass through

blow through: to leave; make off

break through: If you break through a barrier, you succeed in forcing your way through it.

carry through: If you carry something through, you do it or complete it, often in spite of difficulties .

click through: to navigate around (a website ) using the links provided to move onto different pages

come through: To come through a dangerous or difficult situation means to survive it and recover from it.

drive-through: A drive-through shop or restaurant is one where you can buy things without leaving your car.

fall through: If an arrangement, plan, or deal falls through, it fails to happen .

floor-through: an apartment that takes up the entire floor of a building

hear-through: (of headphones ) allowing a user to be aware of ambient sounds

leaf through: If you leaf through something such as a book or magazine, you turn the pages without reading or looking at them very carefully.

live through: If you live through an unpleasant event or change, you experience it and survive .

look through: If you look through a group of things, you examine each one so that you can find or choose the one that you want .

pass-through: a hatch, esp one for passing food from the kitchen to the dining room

play through: to pass another foursome or group with their permission, while playing a round of golf

print-through: the unwanted transfer of a recorded magnetic field pattern from one turn of magnetic tape to the preceding or succeeding turn on a reel, causing distortion

pull through: If someone with a serious illness or someone in a very difficult situation pulls through, they recover.

push through: If someone pushes through a law, they succeed in getting it accepted although some people oppose it.

romp through: If you romp through something, you do it or deal with it quickly and easily.

rush through: If you rush something through, you deal with it quickly so that it is ready in a shorter time than usual .

sail through: If someone or something sails through a difficult situation or experience, they deal with it easily and successfully.

sell-through: A sell-through video is a film on video that you can buy .

shoot through: to leave; depart

sleep through: If you sleep through something, it does not wake you up.

slip through: If something or something slips through a set of checks or rules, they are accepted when in fact they should not be.

talk through: If you talk something through with someone, you discuss it with them thoroughly.

think through: If you think a situation through, you consider it thoroughly, together with all its possible effects or consequences .

through-line: a theme or idea that runs from the beginning to the end of a book, film, etc

through-other: untidy or dishevelled

through-sung: sung throughout, with no spoken dialogue

through with: having finished with (esp when dissatisfied with)

thumb through: If you thumb through something such as a book or magazine, you turn the pages quickly rather than reading each page carefully.

walk through: to act or recite (a part) in a perfunctory manner, as at a first rehearsal

work through: to resolve (a problem, esp an emotional one), by thinking about it repeatedly and hence lessening its intensity either by gaining insight or by becoming bored by it

button-through: (of a dress or skirt ) fastened with buttons from top to hem

follow through: If you follow through an action, plan, or idea or follow through with it, you continue doing or thinking about it until you have done everything possible .

muddle through: If you muddle through, you manage to do something even though you do not have the proper equipment or do not really know how to do it.

plough through: If you plough through something such as a large meal or a long piece of work, you finally finish it although it takes a lot of effort .

rattle through: If you rattle through something, you deal with it quickly in order to finish it.

scrape through: If you scrape through an examination, you just succeed in passing it. If you scrape through a competition or a vote, you just succeed in winning it.

squeak through: to succeed, get through, survive, etc. by a narrow margin or with difficulty

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Однокоренные слова:

throughly - совершенно, тщательно, до конца, основательно, вполне

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