see through (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb see through (1)
If you see through something or someone, you realize that you are being deceived or tricked, and you aren't fooled.
- see through sb/sth I got an email from someone claiming they had millions of dollars and needed my help to get it into the country. I saw through the scam and deleted it.
- see through sb/sth My friends told me I'd won the lottery, but I saw through their little joke straight away and laughed.
If we had seen through his get-rich-quick investment scheme, we wouldn't have
Contributor: Matt Errey