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walk through

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phrasal verb [transitive]
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present tense
I/you/we/theywalk through
he/she/itwalks through
present participlewalking through
past tensewalked through
past participlewalked through
  1. walk someone through something to practise or learn something in a slow patient way, or to show someone how to do something

    She walked James through the basics of money management.

    Can you walk us through your reasons for wanting the job.

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