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Definition of put through phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  

put through

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb Making calls
 
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Phrasal Verbs
to continue with and complete a plan, programme, etc. We managed to put the deal through.

    put somebody through something

     
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  1. 1to make somebody experience something very difficult or unpleasant You have put your family through a lot recently.
  2. 2to arrange or pay for somebody to attend a school, college, etc. He put all his children through college.

put somebody through

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put somebody through to somebody

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put something through

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put something through to somebody

 
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 to connect somebody by telephone Could you put me through to the manager, please? See related entries: Making calls
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