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Main Entry: 1through
Variant(s): also thru /()thrü/
Etymology: Old English thurh "through" --related to THOROUGH, THRILL --see Word History at THRILL 1 a: in at one side and out at the opposite side of <drove through the town> b: by way of <left through the window> c: in the midst of : AMONG <a path through the trees> d: without stopping for <drove through a red light> 2 a: by means of <succeeded through hard work> b: because of <failed through lack of planning> 3: over the whole of <all through the country> 4 a: from the beginning to the end of : DURING <worked through the summer> b: to and including <Monday through Friday> 5 a: to a point of completion or exhaustion in <got through the book> b: to a state of official acceptance or approval <got the bill through the legislature>