put through (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb put through (2).

Meaning: to pay for someone's education through school, college, university, etc.

For example:

  • put sb through sth It's costing her a lot of money to put herself through law school.

  • put sb through sth How much does it cost to put a kid through college these days?

Quick Quiz:

There's an excellent government program that covers the cost of putting talented kids from poor homes through

a. prison

b. military action

c. university

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