talk through

phrasal verb

talked through; talking through; talks through
: to help (someone) understand or do something by explaining its steps in a careful way
The woman on the phone talked me through the procedure.
: to discuss (something) with someone in order to make a decision or reach an agreement
Have you talked this through with your family?

Examples of talk through in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Be sure to talk through all the options with your health care provider before making a decision. Allison Palmer, Charlotte Observer, 6 June 2024 Make an effort to talk through the difference between privacy and being shady., Chicago Tribune, 22 May 2024 For an expert opinion or to get a quote, get in touch with window professionals to talk through your options. Sara Kendall, Miami Herald, 22 May 2024 But she was talked through the report’s findings and the next steps by Christian Guy, executive director of The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. Simon Perry, Peoplemag, 20 May 2024 Families also meet one-on-one prior to their trip with the kids camp manager to talk through their needs and requests. Kathleen Wong, USA TODAY, 19 May 2024 Munsey said the district has reached out to Brightline to talk through some of these issues, and the conversations are pending. Tribune News Service, The Mercury News, 17 May 2024 Instead, each took turns sitting around a table with BUILD leaders talking through their plans. Emily Opilo, Baltimore Sun, 8 May 2024 The right contractor will talk through your budget with you, walk you through the best options for your home, and leave you with a roof that gives you peace of mind, no matter the weather. Sara Kendall, Miami Herald, 14 May 2024

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“Talk through.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 23 Jun. 2024.

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