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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- preposition: In one side and out the opposite or another side of: went through the tunnel.
- preposition: Among or between; in the midst of: a walk through the flowers.
- preposition: By way of: climbed in through the window.
- preposition: By the means or agency of: bought the antique vase through a dealer.
- preposition: Into and out of the handling, care, processing, modification, or consideration of: Her application went through our office. Run the figures through the computer.
- preposition: Here and there in; around: a tour through France.
- preposition: From the beginning to the end of: stayed up through the night.
- preposition: At or to the end of; done or finished with, especially successfully: We are through the initial testing period.
- preposition: Up to and including: a play that runs through December; a volume that covers A through D.
- preposition: Past and without stopping for: drove through a red light.
- preposition: Because of; on account of: She succeeded through hard work. He declined the honor through modesty.
- adverb: From one end or side to another or an opposite end or side: opened the door and went through.
- adverb: From beginning to end; completely: I read the article once through.
- adverb: Throughout the whole extent or thickness; thoroughly: warmed the leftovers clear through; got soaked through in the rain; a letter that was shot through with the writer's personality.
- adverb: Over the total distance; all the way: drove through to their final destination.
- adverb: To a conclusion or an accomplishment: see a matter through.
- adjective: Allowing continuous passage; unobstructed: a through street.
- adjective: Affording transportation to a destination with few or no stops and no transfers: a through bus; a through ticket.
- adjective: Continuing on a highway without exiting: through traffic; through lanes.
- adjective: Passing or extending from one end, side, or surface to another: a through beam.
- adjective: Having finished; at completion: She was through with the project.
- adjective: Having no further concern, dealings, or connection: I'm through with him.
- adjective: Having no more use, value, or potential; washed-up: That swimmer is through as an athlete.
- adjective: Doomed to death or destruction.
- idiom: through and through In every part; throughout: wet through and through.
- idiom: through and through In every aspect; completely: a success through and through.
- prep per
- kiaurai (džn. all through)
- to walk through the forest eiti per mišką
- through the window pro langą
- through the night kiaurą naktį
- all through the day kiaurą dieną
- to go
- to flash through one’s mind šmėkštelėti galvoje
- ateiti į galvą