be through (with)

be through (with)
أَتَمَّ \ accomplish: to finish (work, etc.) successfully; fulfil (sth. planned): The change to a different form of government was accomplished without fighting or opposition. be through (with): to have finished: Are you through with that book yet? No, I’ll be through soon. finish off, finish up: to finish completely: The boys have finished off (or up) the cake. go through, (go over): (with with) to complete: If you start a course, you must go through with it.

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  • shot through with — Full of. * /His speech was shot through with praise for the president./ * /Jane s letter was shot through with hints for a pony./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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