Phrasal verb: Go through
Spanish translation: 1. pasar por una experiencia, 2. buscar entre cosas, 3. analizar, estudiar, investigar algo, 4. utilizar algo hasta que se termina
Definition: 1. To experience something, 2. to look for something, 3. to study something in detail, 4. to use something until it is finished or completed
Used in sentences:
1. She went through a really hard time with her mother’s illness.
2. Can you go through the files and see if you can find the customer accounts?
3. We are going to go through all of the items on the balance sheet one by one.
4. Wow, she really went through that pack of chocolates fast!
Related words or phrases: experience, search, analyze, finish, complete