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through

  

      prep  
1    going in or starting at one side and coming out or stopping at the other side of  
a path through the wood     
2    occupying or visiting several points scattered around in (an area)  
3    as a result of; by means of  
the thieves were captured through his vigilance     
4      (Chiefly U.S.)   up to and including  
Monday through Friday     
5    during  
through the night     
6    at the end of; having (esp. successfully) completed  
7    through with   having finished with (esp. when dissatisfied with)  
      adj  
8    postpositive   having successfully completed some specified activity  
9    (on a telephone line) connected  
10    postpositive   no longer able to function successfully in some specified capacity  
as a journalist, you're through     
11    prenominal   (of a route, journey, etc.) continuous or unbroken  
a through train     
      adv  
12    through some specified thing, place, or period of time  
13    thoroughly; completely,   (Also, informal or poetic)    thro     (informal or poetic)   thro     (chiefly U.S.)   thru  
     (Old English thurh; related to Old Frisian thruch, Old Saxon thuru, Old High German duruh)  


blow through  
      vb   intr, adv     (Austral)  
informal   to leave; make off  
break through  
      vb  
1    intr   to penetrate  
2    intr, adv   to achieve success, make a discovery, etc., esp. after lengthy efforts  
      n  
  breakthrough  
3    a significant development or discovery, esp. in science  
4    the penetration of an enemy's defensive position or line in depth and strength  
button-through  
      adj   (of a dress or skirt) fastened with buttons from top to hem  
carry through  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to bring to completion  
2    to enable to endure (hardship, trouble, etc.); support  
come through  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to emerge successfully  
2    prep   to survive (an illness, setback, etc.)  
fall through  
      vb   intr, adv   to miscarry or fail  
follow through  
      vb   adv  
1      (Sport)   to complete (a stroke or shot) by continuing the movement to the end of its arc  
2    tr   to pursue (an aim) to a conclusion  
      n  
  follow-through  
3      (Sport)  
a    the act of following through  
b    the part of the stroke after the ball has been hit  
4    the completion of a procedure, esp. after a first action  
get through  
      vb  
1    to succeed or cause or help to succeed in an examination, test, etc.  
2    to bring or come to a destination, esp. after overcoming problems  
we got through the blizzards to the survivors     
3    intr, adv   to contact, as by telephone  
4    intr, prep   to use, spend, or consume (money, supplies, etc.)  
5    to complete or cause to complete (a task, process, etc.)  
to get a bill through Parliament     
6    adv; foll by: to   to reach the awareness and understanding (of a person)  
I just can't get the message through to him     
7    intr, adv     (U.S.)  
slang   to obtain drugs  
go through  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to be approved or accepted  
the amendment went through     
2    prep   to consume; exhaust  
we went through our supplies in a day, some men go through a pair of socks in no time     
3    prep     (Also)    go over   to examine and revise as necessary  
he went through the figures     
4    prep   to suffer  
she went through tremendous pain     
5    prep     (Also)    go over   to rehearse  
let's just go through the details again     
6    prep     (Also)    go over   to clean  
she went through the cupboards in the spring-cleaning     
7    prep   to participate in  
she went through the degree ceremony without getting too nervous     
8    adv; foll by: with   to bring to a successful conclusion, often by persistence  
9    prep   (of a book) to be published in  
that book has gone through three printings this year alone     
let through  
      vb   tr   to allow to pass (through)  
the invalid was let through to the front of the queue     
look through  
      vb  
1    intr, prep or tr, adv   to examine, esp. cursorily  
he looked through his notes before the lecture     
2    intr, prep   to ignore (a person) deliberately  
whenever he meets his ex-girlfriend, she looks straight through him     
muddle through  
      vb   intr, adv     (Chiefly Brit)   to succeed in some undertaking in spite of lack of organization  
print-through  
      n   the unwanted transfer of a recorded magnetic field pattern from one turn of magnetic tape to the preceding or succeeding turn on a reel, causing distortion  
pull through  
      vb  
1      (Also)    pull round   to survive or recover or cause to survive or recover, esp. after a serious illness or crisis  
      n  
  pull-through  
2    a weighted cord with a piece of cloth at the end used to clean the bore of a firearm  
push through  
      vb   tr   to compel to accept  
the bill was pushed through Parliament     
put through  
      vb   tr, mainly adv  
1    to carry out to a conclusion  
he put through his plan     
2    also prep   to organize the processing of  
she put through his application to join the organization     
3    to connect by telephone  
4    to make (a telephone call)  
romp through  
      vb   intr, prep  
Informal   to progress quickly and easily through something  
he romped through the work     
run through  
      vb  
1    tr, adv   to transfix with a sword or other weapon  
2    intr, prep   to exhaust (money) by wasteful spending; squander  
3    intr, prep   to practise or rehearse  
let's run through the plan     
4    intr, prep   to examine hastily  
      n  
  run-through  
5    a practice or rehearsal  
6    a brief survey  
scrape through  
      vb   adv  
1    intr   to manage or survive with difficulty  
2    to succeed in with difficulty or by a narrow margin  
he scraped through by one mark     
see through  
      vb  
1    tr   to help out in time of need or trouble  
I know you're short of money, but I'll see you through     
2    tr, adv   to remain with until the end or completion  
let's see the job through     
3    intr, prep   to perceive the true nature of  
I can see through your evasion     
      adj  
  see-through  
4    partly or wholly transparent or translucent, esp. (of clothes) in a titillating way  
a see-through nightie     
sell-through  
      adj  
1    (of prerecorded video cassettes) sold without first being available for hire only  
      n  
2    the sale of prerecorded video cassettes in this way  
shoot through  
      vb   intr, adv  
Informal     (chiefly Austral)   to leave; depart  
strike through  
      vb   tr   to draw (a line) through (something) to delete it  
talk through  
      vb   tr  
1    adv   to discuss (a problem or situation) in detail  
2    prep   to explain to (a person) all the stages of a process  
ask a friend to talk you through the exercise     
through bridge  
      n     (Civil engineering)   a bridge in which the track is carried by the lower horizontal members  
through-composed  
      adj     (Music)   of or relating to a song in stanzaic form, in which different music is provided for each stanza  
   Compare       strophic       2  
through-other  
      adj     (Scot)  
1    untidy or dishevelled  
2    mixed up; in disorder  
     (a literal translation of Irish Gaelic trí n-a chéile through each other, hence, mixed up with each other)  
walk through     (Theatre)  
      vb  
1    tr   to act or recite (a part) in a perfunctory manner, as at a first rehearsal  
      n  
  walk-through  
2    a rehearsal of a part  
work through  
      vb   tr, adv     (Psychol)   to resolve (a problem, esp. an emotional one), by thinking about it repeatedly and hence lessening its intensity either by gaining insight or by becoming bored by it  
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filter out   , through         
      vb   intr, adv   to become known gradually; leak  
rumours filtered out about the divorce     


blow through  
      vb   intr, adv     (Austral)  
informal   to leave; make off  
break through  
      vb  
1    intr   to penetrate  
2    intr, adv   to achieve success, make a discovery, etc., esp. after lengthy efforts  
      n  
  breakthrough  
3    a significant development or discovery, esp. in science  
4    the penetration of an enemy's defensive position or line in depth and strength  
button-through  
      adj   (of a dress or skirt) fastened with buttons from top to hem  
carry through  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to bring to completion  
2    to enable to endure (hardship, trouble, etc.); support  
come through  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to emerge successfully  
2    prep   to survive (an illness, setback, etc.)  
fall through  
      vb   intr, adv   to miscarry or fail  
follow through  
      vb   adv  
1      (Sport)   to complete (a stroke or shot) by continuing the movement to the end of its arc  
2    tr   to pursue (an aim) to a conclusion  
      n  
  follow-through  
3      (Sport)  
a    the act of following through  
b    the part of the stroke after the ball has been hit  
4    the completion of a procedure, esp. after a first action  
get through  
      vb  
1    to succeed or cause or help to succeed in an examination, test, etc.  
2    to bring or come to a destination, esp. after overcoming problems  
we got through the blizzards to the survivors     
3    intr, adv   to contact, as by telephone  
4    intr, prep   to use, spend, or consume (money, supplies, etc.)  
5    to complete or cause to complete (a task, process, etc.)  
to get a bill through Parliament     
6    adv; foll by: to   to reach the awareness and understanding (of a person)  
I just can't get the message through to him     
7    intr, adv     (U.S.)  
slang   to obtain drugs  
go through  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to be approved or accepted  
the amendment went through     
2    prep   to consume; exhaust  
we went through our supplies in a day, some men go through a pair of socks in no time     
3    prep     (Also)    go over   to examine and revise as necessary  
he went through the figures     
4    prep   to suffer  
she went through tremendous pain     
5    prep     (Also)    go over   to rehearse  
let's just go through the details again     
6    prep     (Also)    go over   to clean  
she went through the cupboards in the spring-cleaning     
7    prep   to participate in  
she went through the degree ceremony without getting too nervous     
8    adv; foll by: with   to bring to a successful conclusion, often by persistence  
9    prep   (of a book) to be published in  
that book has gone through three printings this year alone     
let through  
      vb   tr   to allow to pass (through)  
the invalid was let through to the front of the queue     
look through  
      vb  
1    intr, prep or tr, adv   to examine, esp. cursorily  
he looked through his notes before the lecture     
2    intr, prep   to ignore (a person) deliberately  
whenever he meets his ex-girlfriend, she looks straight through him     
muddle through  
      vb   intr, adv     (Chiefly Brit)   to succeed in some undertaking in spite of lack of organization  
print-through  
      n   the unwanted transfer of a recorded magnetic field pattern from one turn of magnetic tape to the preceding or succeeding turn on a reel, causing distortion  
pull through  
      vb  
1      (Also)    pull round   to survive or recover or cause to survive or recover, esp. after a serious illness or crisis  
      n  
  pull-through  
2    a weighted cord with a piece of cloth at the end used to clean the bore of a firearm  
push through  
      vb   tr   to compel to accept  
the bill was pushed through Parliament     
put through  
      vb   tr, mainly adv  
1    to carry out to a conclusion  
he put through his plan     
2    also prep   to organize the processing of  
she put through his application to join the organization     
3    to connect by telephone  
4    to make (a telephone call)  
romp through  
      vb   intr, prep  
Informal   to progress quickly and easily through something  
he romped through the work     
run through  
      vb  
1    tr, adv   to transfix with a sword or other weapon  
2    intr, prep   to exhaust (money) by wasteful spending; squander  
3    intr, prep   to practise or rehearse  
let's run through the plan     
4    intr, prep   to examine hastily  
      n  
  run-through  
5    a practice or rehearsal  
6    a brief survey  
scrape through  
      vb   adv  
1    intr   to manage or survive with difficulty  
2    to succeed in with difficulty or by a narrow margin  
he scraped through by one mark     
see through  
      vb  
1    tr   to help out in time of need or trouble  
I know you're short of money, but I'll see you through     
2    tr, adv   to remain with until the end or completion  
let's see the job through     
3    intr, prep   to perceive the true nature of  
I can see through your evasion     
      adj  
  see-through  
4    partly or wholly transparent or translucent, esp. (of clothes) in a titillating way  
a see-through nightie     
sell-through  
      adj  
1    (of prerecorded video cassettes) sold without first being available for hire only  
      n  
2    the sale of prerecorded video cassettes in this way  
shoot through  
      vb   intr, adv  
Informal     (chiefly Austral)   to leave; depart  
strike through  
      vb   tr   to draw (a line) through (something) to delete it  
talk through  
      vb   tr  
1    adv   to discuss (a problem or situation) in detail  
2    prep   to explain to (a person) all the stages of a process  
ask a friend to talk you through the exercise     
through  
      prep  
1    going in or starting at one side and coming out or stopping at the other side of  
a path through the wood     
2    occupying or visiting several points scattered around in (an area)  
3    as a result of; by means of  
the thieves were captured through his vigilance     
4      (Chiefly U.S.)   up to and including  
Monday through Friday     
5    during  
through the night     
6    at the end of; having (esp. successfully) completed  
7    through with   having finished with (esp. when dissatisfied with)  
      adj  
8    postpositive   having successfully completed some specified activity  
9    (on a telephone line) connected  
10    postpositive   no longer able to function successfully in some specified capacity  
as a journalist, you're through     
11    prenominal   (of a route, journey, etc.) continuous or unbroken  
a through train     
      adv  
12    through some specified thing, place, or period of time  
13    thoroughly; completely,   (Also, informal or poetic)    thro     (informal or poetic)   thro     (chiefly U.S.)   thru  
     (Old English thurh; related to Old Frisian thruch, Old Saxon thuru, Old High German duruh)  
through bridge  
      n     (Civil engineering)   a bridge in which the track is carried by the lower horizontal members  
through-composed  
      adj     (Music)   of or relating to a song in stanzaic form, in which different music is provided for each stanza  
   Compare       strophic       2  
through-other  
      adj     (Scot)  
1    untidy or dishevelled  
2    mixed up; in disorder  
     (a literal translation of Irish Gaelic trí n-a chéile through each other, hence, mixed up with each other)  
walk through     (Theatre)  
      vb  
1    tr   to act or recite (a part) in a perfunctory manner, as at a first rehearsal  
      n  
  walk-through  
2    a rehearsal of a part  
work through  
      vb   tr, adv     (Psychol)   to resolve (a problem, esp. an emotional one), by thinking about it repeatedly and hence lessening its intensity either by gaining insight or by becoming bored by it  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

Collins
think out   , through         
      vb   tr, adv   to consider carefully and rationally in order to reach a conclusion  


blow through  
      vb   intr, adv     (Austral)  
informal   to leave; make off  
break through  
      vb  
1    intr   to penetrate  
2    intr, adv   to achieve success, make a discovery, etc., esp. after lengthy efforts  
      n  
  breakthrough  
3    a significant development or discovery, esp. in science  
4    the penetration of an enemy's defensive position or line in depth and strength  
button-through  
      adj   (of a dress or skirt) fastened with buttons from top to hem  
carry through  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to bring to completion  
2    to enable to endure (hardship, trouble, etc.); support  
come through  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to emerge successfully  
2    prep   to survive (an illness, setback, etc.)  
fall through  
      vb   intr, adv   to miscarry or fail  
follow through  
      vb   adv  
1      (Sport)   to complete (a stroke or shot) by continuing the movement to the end of its arc  
2    tr   to pursue (an aim) to a conclusion  
      n  
  follow-through  
3      (Sport)  
a    the act of following through  
b    the part of the stroke after the ball has been hit  
4    the completion of a procedure, esp. after a first action  
get through  
      vb  
1    to succeed or cause or help to succeed in an examination, test, etc.  
2    to bring or come to a destination, esp. after overcoming problems  
we got through the blizzards to the survivors     
3    intr, adv   to contact, as by telephone  
4    intr, prep   to use, spend, or consume (money, supplies, etc.)  
5    to complete or cause to complete (a task, process, etc.)  
to get a bill through Parliament     
6    adv; foll by: to   to reach the awareness and understanding (of a person)  
I just can't get the message through to him     
7    intr, adv     (U.S.)  
slang   to obtain drugs  
go through  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to be approved or accepted  
the amendment went through     
2    prep   to consume; exhaust  
we went through our supplies in a day, some men go through a pair of socks in no time     
3    prep     (Also)    go over   to examine and revise as necessary  
he went through the figures     
4    prep   to suffer  
she went through tremendous pain     
5    prep     (Also)    go over   to rehearse  
let's just go through the details again     
6    prep     (Also)    go over   to clean  
she went through the cupboards in the spring-cleaning     
7    prep   to participate in  
she went through the degree ceremony without getting too nervous     
8    adv; foll by: with   to bring to a successful conclusion, often by persistence  
9    prep   (of a book) to be published in  
that book has gone through three printings this year alone     
let through  
      vb   tr   to allow to pass (through)  
the invalid was let through to the front of the queue     
look through  
      vb  
1    intr, prep or tr, adv   to examine, esp. cursorily  
he looked through his notes before the lecture     
2    intr, prep   to ignore (a person) deliberately  
whenever he meets his ex-girlfriend, she looks straight through him     
muddle through  
      vb   intr, adv     (Chiefly Brit)   to succeed in some undertaking in spite of lack of organization  
print-through  
      n   the unwanted transfer of a recorded magnetic field pattern from one turn of magnetic tape to the preceding or succeeding turn on a reel, causing distortion  
pull through  
      vb  
1      (Also)    pull round   to survive or recover or cause to survive or recover, esp. after a serious illness or crisis  
      n  
  pull-through  
2    a weighted cord with a piece of cloth at the end used to clean the bore of a firearm  
push through  
      vb   tr   to compel to accept  
the bill was pushed through Parliament     
put through  
      vb   tr, mainly adv  
1    to carry out to a conclusion  
he put through his plan     
2    also prep   to organize the processing of  
she put through his application to join the organization     
3    to connect by telephone  
4    to make (a telephone call)  
romp through  
      vb   intr, prep  
Informal   to progress quickly and easily through something  
he romped through the work     
run through  
      vb  
1    tr, adv   to transfix with a sword or other weapon  
2    intr, prep   to exhaust (money) by wasteful spending; squander  
3    intr, prep   to practise or rehearse  
let's run through the plan     
4    intr, prep   to examine hastily  
      n  
  run-through  
5    a practice or rehearsal  
6    a brief survey  
scrape through  
      vb   adv  
1    intr   to manage or survive with difficulty  
2    to succeed in with difficulty or by a narrow margin  
he scraped through by one mark     
see through  
      vb  
1    tr   to help out in time of need or trouble  
I know you're short of money, but I'll see you through     
2    tr, adv   to remain with until the end or completion  
let's see the job through     
3    intr, prep   to perceive the true nature of  
I can see through your evasion     
      adj  
  see-through  
4    partly or wholly transparent or translucent, esp. (of clothes) in a titillating way  
a see-through nightie     
sell-through  
      adj  
1    (of prerecorded video cassettes) sold without first being available for hire only  
      n  
2    the sale of prerecorded video cassettes in this way  
shoot through  
      vb   intr, adv  
Informal     (chiefly Austral)   to leave; depart  
strike through  
      vb   tr   to draw (a line) through (something) to delete it  
talk through  
      vb   tr  
1    adv   to discuss (a problem or situation) in detail  
2    prep   to explain to (a person) all the stages of a process  
ask a friend to talk you through the exercise     
through  
      prep  
1    going in or starting at one side and coming out or stopping at the other side of  
a path through the wood     
2    occupying or visiting several points scattered around in (an area)  
3    as a result of; by means of  
the thieves were captured through his vigilance     
4      (Chiefly U.S.)   up to and including  
Monday through Friday     
5    during  
through the night     
6    at the end of; having (esp. successfully) completed  
7    through with   having finished with (esp. when dissatisfied with)  
      adj  
8    postpositive   having successfully completed some specified activity  
9    (on a telephone line) connected  
10    postpositive   no longer able to function successfully in some specified capacity  
as a journalist, you're through     
11    prenominal   (of a route, journey, etc.) continuous or unbroken  
a through train     
      adv  
12    through some specified thing, place, or period of time  
13    thoroughly; completely,   (Also, informal or poetic)    thro     (informal or poetic)   thro     (chiefly U.S.)   thru  
     (Old English thurh; related to Old Frisian thruch, Old Saxon thuru, Old High German duruh)  
through bridge  
      n     (Civil engineering)   a bridge in which the track is carried by the lower horizontal members  
through-composed  
      adj     (Music)   of or relating to a song in stanzaic form, in which different music is provided for each stanza  
   Compare       strophic       2  
through-other  
      adj     (Scot)  
1    untidy or dishevelled  
2    mixed up; in disorder  
     (a literal translation of Irish Gaelic trí n-a chéile through each other, hence, mixed up with each other)  
walk through     (Theatre)  
      vb  
1    tr   to act or recite (a part) in a perfunctory manner, as at a first rehearsal  
      n  
  walk-through  
2    a rehearsal of a part  
work through  
      vb   tr, adv     (Psychol)   to resolve (a problem, esp. an emotional one), by thinking about it repeatedly and hence lessening its intensity either by gaining insight or by becoming bored by it  

Diccionario de inglés definición  

Collins

through

  

      prep  
1    between, by, from end to end of, from one side to the other of, in and out of, past  
2    as a consequence or result of, because of, by means of, by virtue of, by way of, using, via, with the help of  
3    during, in, in the middle of, throughout  
4      (with)       with   at the end of, done, finished, having completed, having had enough of  
      adj  
5    completed, done, ended, finished, terminated, washed up     (informal)  
      adv  
6    through and through      altogether, completely, entirely, fully, thoroughly, totally, to the core, unreservedly, utterly, wholly  
  
Antonyms     
,       adv   moderately, more or less, partially, partly, somewhat, to some extent  


break through     
achieve, burst through, crack it     (informal)   cut it     (informal)   emerge, get past, pass, penetrate, shine forth, succeed  
come through  
1    accomplish, achieve, make the grade     (informal)   prevail, succeed, triumph  
2    endure, survive, weather the storm, withstand  
fall through     
come to nothing, fail, fizzle out     (informal)   go by the board, miscarry  
follow through     
bring to a conclusion, complete, conclude, consummate, pursue, see through  
go through  
1    bear, brave, endure, experience, suffer, tolerate, undergo, withstand  
2    consume, exhaust, squander, use  
3    check, examine, explore, forage, hunt, look, search, work over  
pull through     
come through, get better, get over, pull round, rally, recover, survive, turn the corner, weather  
put through     
accomplish, achieve, bring off, carry through, conclude, do, effect, execute, manage, pull off, realize  
run through  
1    impale, pierce, spit, stab, stick, transfix  
2    blow     (slang)   dissipate, exhaust, fritter away, spend like water, squander, throw away, waste  
3    go over, practise, read, rehearse, run over  
4    check, examine, go through, look over, review, run over, survey  
see-through     
diaphanous, filmy, fine, flimsy, gauzy, gossamer, sheer, thin, translucent, transparent  
see through  
      vb  
1    be undeceived by, be wise to     (informal)   fathom, get to the bottom of, have (someone's) number     (informal)   not fall for, penetrate, read (someone) like a book  
2    see (something or someone) through      help out, keep at, persevere (with), persist, see out, stay to the bitter end, stick by, stick out     (informal)   support  

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muddle along      , through         
cope, get along, get by     (informal)   make it, manage, manage somehow, scrape by  


break through     
achieve, burst through, crack it     (informal)   cut it     (informal)   emerge, get past, pass, penetrate, shine forth, succeed  
come through  
1    accomplish, achieve, make the grade     (informal)   prevail, succeed, triumph  
2    endure, survive, weather the storm, withstand  
fall through     
come to nothing, fail, fizzle out     (informal)   go by the board, miscarry  
follow through     
bring to a conclusion, complete, conclude, consummate, pursue, see through  
go through  
1    bear, brave, endure, experience, suffer, tolerate, undergo, withstand  
2    consume, exhaust, squander, use  
3    check, examine, explore, forage, hunt, look, search, work over  
pull through     
come through, get better, get over, pull round, rally, recover, survive, turn the corner, weather         
put through     
accomplish, achieve, bring off, carry through, conclude, do, effect, execute, manage, pull off, realize  
run through  
1    impale, pierce, spit, stab, stick, transfix  
2    blow     (slang)   dissipate, exhaust, fritter away, spend like water, squander, throw away, waste  
3    go over, practise, read, rehearse, run over  
4    check, examine, go through, look over, review, run over, survey  
see-through     
diaphanous, filmy, fine, flimsy, gauzy, gossamer, sheer, thin, translucent, transparent  
see through  
      vb  
1    be undeceived by, be wise to     (informal)   fathom, get to the bottom of, have (someone's) number     (informal)   not fall for, penetrate, read (someone) like a book  
2    see (something or someone) through      help out, keep at, persevere (with), persist, see out, stay to the bitter end, stick by, stick out     (informal)   support  
through  
      prep  
1    between, by, from end to end of, from one side to the other of, in and out of, past  
2    as a consequence or result of, because of, by means of, by virtue of, by way of, using, via, with the help of  
3    during, in, in the middle of, throughout  
4      (with)       with   at the end of, done, finished, having completed, having had enough of  
      adj  
5    completed, done, ended, finished, terminated, washed up     (informal)  
      adv  
6    through and through      altogether, completely, entirely, fully, thoroughly, totally, to the core, unreservedly, utterly, wholly  
  
Antonyms     
,       adv   moderately, more or less, partially, partly, somewhat, to some extent  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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n.
Bookish knowledge; knowledge obtained through hearsay, has no sound basis
n.
a group selfie ; a picture taken by one person next to other people, usually to share it through social media
[Slang] comes from the combination of "selfie" and "us"
n.
very large collection of digital data, whose analysis allows to predict patterns and behaviours through inductive reasoning
[Tech.] big data can be applied to behavioural retargeting in marketing, but also to predict epidemies through Google searches or analysing DNA
n.
set of words and word groups together with their definition, translation, grammar category or usage examples, and which can be searched through an index or a search engine
n.
cyber protest is expression of complaint through the medium of electronic communication on the electronic and digital Medias.
[Tech.];[Leg.]
n.
an agreement through which one of the parties is offered very advantageous conditions because of the special relation with the partner
[Bus.] most frequently ,"sweetheart deal" has a negative connotation implying the idea of illegality or immorality .
n.
1. [Rel.] expression used to describe metaphorically a period of ignorance and spiritual crisis that precedes the communion with Divinity ; 2. in a larger meaning, it is used when refering to having a hard time, going through a phase of pessimism, sadness, failure etc.
n.
Public Health principal task of a Samu . Reception Evaluation, Triaging of Medical Emergencies through Medical Hotline.
See also Medical Regulator Physician
exp.
A thing which ought to be perfectly vertical but which through fault is slanting is said to be off plumb.
n.
way of traveling in which you go from one apartment to another usually sleeping on a couch, and either at friends, acquaintances or through a web site

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