see through (2)

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

Meaning: If you see something through, you continue with it right to the end.

For example:

  • see sth through It was a really tough course, but I was determined to see it through. I wasn't going to give up half way.

  • see sth through I know it isn't easy, but if you can see it through to the end, it'll be worth it.

Quick Quiz:

Only half of the soldiers who take the army's commando training course see it through because it's

a. incredibly difficult

b. really popular

c. a lot of fun

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Contributor: Matt Errey