see through

  1. support financially through a period of time
    This money will see me through next month
    The scholarship saw me through college
  2. remain with until completion
    I must see the job through
  3. perceive the true nature of
    We could see through her apparent calm
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How To Use see through In A Sentence

  • They will not see through the superficial machinations of modern baaskap whose heart is filled with envy at seeing the dream becoming true, of a people united in a social contract, working together black and white, to determine a better future for themselves. SPEECH BY NKOSINATHI NHLEKO, CHIEF WHIP OF THE MAJORITY PARTY ON THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS
  • I stooped down to try and see through the _rahar_ who was there but the crop was so thick that I could see nothing; so I climbed up the mowah tree to look. Folklore of the Santal Parganas
  • In retrospect, it appears we required a developed and reflexive feminist, gay and transgendered global vision to see through the prejudice governing sexuality, gender, ethnicity and the legislative restraints that paternally impose on enculturation and self-identification. G. Roger Denson: Gender as Performance & Script: Reading the Art of Yvonne Rainer, Cindy Sherman, Sarah Charlesworth & Lorna Simpson After Eve Sedgwick & Judith Butler
  • This same government has every know kind of nite/restricted vision devices know to mankind even sights that can see through object for heat fluctuations. Bin Laden hacked?
  • Some of this was predicted, but you could never see through the haze, it was all surmise.
  • I realized that one of the ways we can truly understand the agony and several abuses on the Vagina by men and women alike is to see through the eyes of a Vagina. Archive 2009-02-01
  • Looking back at Labour health policy now, I have to ask myself how so many of us were unable to see through the mists of what Leys and Player call the "misrepresentation, obfuscation, and deception" perpetrated by Blair, Brown, and a host of health ministers all too willing to genuflect to the market zeitgeist. The Plot Against the NHS by Colin Leys and Stewart Player – review
  • So was terahertz imaging, which is now adapted to 'see through' clothing in airport security checks. Times, Sunday Times
  • This helps you see through excuses and get the action you need. The Sun
  • But the Joyce-Eliot group come later in time, puritanism is not their main adversary, they are able from the start to ‘see through’ most of the things that their predecessors had fought for. Inside the Whale
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