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'through' - used as an adjective
1. having finished or arrived at completion
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

'through' - used as a adverb
3. from beginning to end
read this book through
4. over the whole distance
this bus goes through to New York
5. to completion
think this through very carefully!
6. in diameter
this cylinder measures 15 inches through
7. 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' - used as a preposition
8. by means of; with aid of; through the act or agency of; "destroyed by fire"
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Fact of the day
In 1693, the postage rate of a letter was determined by how much light went through the letter. The less the light went through the letter the more expensive the rate would be. This technique was referred to as candling.