throughout

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1through·out

adverb \thrü-ˈat\

: in or to every part

: from the beginning to the end : during the whole time or situation

Full Definition of THROUGHOUT

1
:  in or to every part :  everywhere <of one color throughout>
2
:  during the whole time or action :  from beginning to end <remained loyal throughout>

Examples of THROUGHOUT

  1. The house is painted white throughout.
  2. The house has wood floors throughout.
  3. He had a difficult year, but his supporters remained loyal throughout.

First Known Use of THROUGHOUT

13th century

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2throughout

preposition

: in or to every part of (something)

: during an entire (situation or period of time)

Full Definition of THROUGHOUT

1
:  all the way from one end to the other of :  in or to every part of <cities throughout the United States>
2
:  during the whole course or period of <troubled her throughout her life>

Examples of THROUGHOUT

  1. The company has stores throughout the United States and Canada.
  2. She has traveled throughout the world.
  3. His supporters remained loyal throughout his difficulties.
  4. Throughout her life, she has suffered with the disease.
  5. It rained throughout the day.

First Known Use of THROUGHOUT

13th century

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