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put through phrasal verb (see also put)

1. put somebody/something ↔ through to connect someone to someone else on the telephone
put somebody/something ↔ through to
Could you put me through to Eddie?

2. put somebody through school/college/university to pay for someone to study at school, college etc:
She worked as a waitress and put herself through school.

3. put somebody through something to make someone do or experience something difficult or unpleasant:
The soldiers were put through eight weeks of basic training.
They really put me through it at the interview.

4. put something ↔ through to do what is necessary in order to get a plan or suggestion accepted or approved:
Production will start up again when these changes have been put through.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

put something through
put (someone/something) through
to arrange for a telephone call to be made to a place or person.
The international operator put me through to London.

Passengers could put through calls on their cell phones.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put through
put (someone) through (something)
1.
to force someone to experience something unpleasant in order to help them.
His teacher put him through six months of writing essays every day to improve his skills.

2.
to unintentionally cause someone to experience something painful.
Elaine put her daughter through a kind of hell when she divorced the child's father.

put (someone/something) through
to arrange for a telephone call to be made to a place or person.
The international operator put me through to London.

Passengers could put through calls on their cell phones.

put (someone/something) through
to arrange for a telephone call to be made to a place or person.
The international operator put me through to London.

Passengers could put through calls on their cell phones.

put (someone/yourself) through (something)
to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school.
I ended up putting my granddaughter through school.

My father wasn't well and couldn't work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college.

put (someone/yourself) through (something)
to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school.
I ended up putting my granddaughter through school.

My father wasn't well and couldn't work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college.

put (someone/yourself) through (something)
to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school.
I ended up putting my granddaughter through school.

My father wasn't well and couldn't work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college.

put (someone/yourself) through (something)
to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school.
I ended up putting my granddaughter through school.

My father wasn't well and couldn't work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put through something
put (someone) through (something)
1.
to force someone to experience something unpleasant in order to help them.
His teacher put him through six months of writing essays every day to improve his skills.

2.
to unintentionally cause someone to experience something painful.
Elaine put her daughter through a kind of hell when she divorced the child's father.

put (someone/something) through
to arrange for a telephone call to be made to a place or person.
The international operator put me through to London.

Passengers could put through calls on their cell phones.

put (someone/something) through
to arrange for a telephone call to be made to a place or person.
The international operator put me through to London.

Passengers could put through calls on their cell phones.

put (someone/yourself) through (something)
to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school.
I ended up putting my granddaughter through school.

My father wasn't well and couldn't work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college.

put (someone/yourself) through (something)
to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school.
I ended up putting my granddaughter through school.

My father wasn't well and couldn't work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college.

put (someone/yourself) through (something)
to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school.
I ended up putting my granddaughter through school.

My father wasn't well and couldn't work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college.

put (someone/yourself) through (something)
to pay for someone or for yourself to go to school.
I ended up putting my granddaughter through school.

My father wasn't well and couldn't work, so all of us kids put ourselves through college.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put through
to transfer someone to someone else's telephone
I phoned the credit card company and they quickly put me through to a supervisor.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

put through
v. phr.
1. To carry out; arrange.
If Jim can put through one more financial transaction like this one, we will be rich.
2. To connect (said of telephone calls).
The telephone operator had to put me through to Zambia as there is no direct dialing there yet.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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