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|present participle||getting through|
|past tense||got through|
|past participle||gotten through|
The refugees will need help to get through the winter.
I just have to get through the first five minutes of my speech, and then I'll be fine.
I couldn't get through – the line was busy.
I finally got through to Warren on his cell phone.
There was a lot to get through in the meeting.
How did he ever get through his driving test?
Getting a bill through Congress is a long process.
How do we get through so much milk?
This is the American English definition of get through. View British English definition of get through.
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