Phrasal Verbsphrasal verbjump to other results
get throughphrasal verb
to manage to do or complete something Let's start—there's a lot to get through.jump to other results
get through something
to help someone to be successful in an exam She got all her students through the finals.jump to other results
get somebody through something
to be officially accepted; to make something be officially accepted They got the bill through Congress.jump to other results
get through (something)|
get something through (something)
- 1to reach someone Thousands of refugees will die if these supplies don't get through to them.
- 2to make contact with someone by telephone I tried calling you several times but I couldn't get through.
get through (to somebody)
(of a player or team) to reach the next stage of a competition Moya got through to the final.jump to other results