Definition of come through phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

come through

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb
 
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Phrasal Verbs

come through

 
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(of news or a message) to arrive by telephone, radio, etc. or through an official organization A message is just coming through.

come through (something)

 
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to get better after a serious illness or to avoid serious injury synonym survive With such a weak heart, she was lucky to come through the operation.

come through (for somebody)

 
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to prevent disaster for someone My sister really came through for me when I lost my job. synonyms at save

come through (with something)

 
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to successfully do or complete something that you have promised to do We were worried she wouldn't be able to handle it, but she came through in the end. The bank finally came through with the money.
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