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through

adjective completed, concluded, decided, done, done with, ended, finished, set at rest, settled

through

(By means of), adverb by means of, by the hand of, by way of, using, using the help of

through

(From beginning to end), adverb all along, all the way, by way of, via

through

(Until now), adverb to this day
See also: arrant, complete, definite, hereby, thereby
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