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through

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of through

  1. brought or having come to an end a standing ovation for the cast when the play was through Synonyms completed, concluded, done, down, ended, finished, over, over with, terminated, complete, upRelated Words accomplished, achieved, attained, compassed, realized; dead, defunct, extinct, kaput (also kaputt), obsolete; expiredAntonyms continuing, incomplete, ongoing, uncompleted, undone, unfinished


through

adverb

Synonyms and Antonyms of through

  1. 1 from beginning to end read the letter through twice never once missed class the whole year through Synonyms around, over, round, throughout

  2. 2 from one side to the other of an intervening space the bullet struck the door and went right through Synonyms across, athwart, overRelated Words clear


through

preposition

Synonyms and Antonyms of through

  1. 1 in or into the middle of lost control of the car and drove through the crowd Synonyms amid (or amidst), mid, midst, amongRelated Words between, betwixtNear Antonyms from, out of

  2. 2 in random positions within the boundaries of the numerous small towns scattered through these hills Synonyms about, across, over, round, around, throughoutRelated Words on

  3. 3 in the course of thoughtless people talking through the whole movie Synonyms amid (or amidst), by, over, pending, during, throughout

  4. 4 to the opposite side of walked through the room Synonyms athwart, over, acrossRelated Words around, round; beyond, past

  5. 5 along the way of the quickest way out of the building is through that hall there Synonyms by, viaRelated Words across, along, alongside, beyond, near, nearby, over; below, beneath, under, underneath; outside, past; throughout

  6. 6 as the result of won the tournament through practice and hard work Synonyms due to, owing to, because of, with

  7. 7 using the means or agency of apparently got his money through theft and deception Synonyms in, per, by, via, with



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