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|present participle||going through|
|past tense||went through|
|past participle||gone through|
Someone had broken into the office and gone through all the drawers.
Collins went through every legal book she could find.
Do you think the changes to the Bill will go through?
We can't really imagine what they're going through.
He'd gone through all his money by the end of the first week of his holiday.
Let's go through your lines one more time.
She went through her daily routine of clearing the breakfast table before settling down to handle the correspondence.
Even existing employees had to go through the whole application procedure again.
Your application must go through the proper channels.
This is the British English definition of go through. View American English definition of go through.