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Sentence count:210+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-18Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: clear upclickcome homecome throughcontactdawnfall into placefinish offfinish upget acrossget hold ofmop uppenetratepolish offreachsink inwhile awaywrap upSimilar words: put throughcut throughthroughgo throughall throughthroughoutrun throughcome throughMeaning: v. 1. finish a task completely 2. spend or pass, as with boredom or in a pleasant manner; of time 3. succeed in reaching a real or abstract destination after overcoming problems 4. be in or establish communication with 5. become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions. 
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1) The news finally get through to us.
2) I tried to phone her but couldn't get through.
3) I can't get through to him.
4) Mary could hardly get through to Jack.
5) I couldn't get through to you.
6) I'll go with you when I get through with this pile of papers.
7) Remember that if you get through yesterday,( through.html) you'll get through today.
8) The woman was so fat that she couldn't get through the doorway.
9) I think you can get through the first two chapters.
10) We get through an unbelievable amount of food each week.
11) I've got a load of work to get through before tomorrow.
12) You'll have to break the branches away to get through the thick forest.
13) I've got a lot of routine paperwork to get through.
14) The passage is too narrow for cars to get through.
15) Make way , there! I need to get through.
16) I couldn't seem to get through to her.
17) How long does it take to get through customs?
18) It took us ages to get through passport control.
19) England was lucky to get through the preliminaries .
20) You'll get through at least ten nappies a day.
21) Did you manage to get through to her?
22) I couldn't get through the crush.
23) It takes weeks to get through the red tape.
24) First I have to get through the exams.
25) I finally managed to get through my driving test.
26) Look, I can't get through to this number.
27) I find it impossible to get through to her.
28) If we give love, we get love. And even in the most difficult times, we find there is always a way to get through.
29) The gap in the fence was just wide enough for the sheep to get through.
30) Tony was so tall that he had to lean down to get through the doorway.
More similar words: put throughcut throughthroughgo throughall throughthroughoutrun throughcome throughfall throughlook throughpull throughpass throughbreak throughcarry throughfollow throughdroughtroughlythoroughat the thought ofthoroughlyget the better ofthroatdoughthrow offthrow upenoughthoughbathroomthrow awayought to
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