put through

verb
put through; putting through; puts through

Definition of put through

transitive verb

1 : to carry to a successful conclusion put through a number of reforms
2a : to make a telephone connection for
b : to obtain a connection for (a telephone call)

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Examples of put through in a Sentence

the incoming university president is vowing to put through the sort of sweeping changes that will propel the school into the top tier academically

First Known Use of put through

1888, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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