get through, wrap up, finish off, mop up, polish off, clear up, finish up(verb)
finish a task completely
"I finally got through this homework assignment"
illuminate, eat up, whip, dispatch, wrap up, come through, hit, rack up, crystalize, brighten, finish up, roll up, reach, wipe up, light up, get hold of, finish off, polish off, crystallise, penetrate, wrap, mop up, fall into place, clarify, off, finish, come home, land up, while away, end up, worst, slay, dawn, shed light on, click, clear up, wind up, elucidate, murder, fetch up, sink in, crystallize, contact, enlighten, cover, straighten out, crystalise, clear, get across, sort out, pip, mop, bump off, remove
while away, get through(verb)
spend or pass, as with boredom or in a pleasant manner; of time
get through, come through(verb)
succeed in reaching a real or abstract destination after overcoming problems
"We finally got through the bureaucracy and could talk to the Minister"
get hold of, click, break through, penetrate, dawn, while away, reach, sink in, polish off, deliver the goods, wrap up, come home, mop up, finish up, bring home the bacon, come through, pull round, finish off, pull through, clear up, fall into place, win, survive, get across, make it, contact, succeed
reach, get through, get hold of, contact(verb)
be in or establish communication with
"Our advertisements reach millions"; "He never contacted his children after he emigrated to Australia"
adjoin, touch, attain, seize, strive, progress to, wrap up, come through, hit, arrive at, pass on, make, finish up, reach, take, meet, get hold of, finish off, get to, polish off, penetrate, gain, mop up, fall into place, give, come home, while away, achieve, pass, clutch, dawn, click, clear up, turn over, sink in, accomplish, contact, reach out, strain, get across, extend to, hand
click, get through, dawn, come home, get across, sink in, penetrate, fall into place(verb)
become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions
"It dawned on him that she had betrayed him"; "she was penetrated with sorrow"
pass over, put over, get over, flick, wrap up, come through, percolate, contact, pervade, cut across, infiltrate, bottom, snap, finish up, tick, reach, interpenetrate, permeate, get hold of, finish off, polish off, penetrate, cut through, mop up, fall into place, cluck, filter, come home, while away, perforate, traverse, dawn, click, diffuse, sink in, clear up, cover, cross, riddle, get across, fathom, chatter, imbue, track, clack
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I don't know anything about my son who is in a village with my parents far from Kathmandu. I am calling on the phone all the time, but I can't get through. I can't eat, sleep or work.
They're pushing the limits, sprint Cup's their job to get every bit they can get through( inspection). Sprint Cup's Sprint Cup that everyone gets a fair opportunity to get through there.
We've got a long, dry season ahead of us, we're hoping to get through the Fourth of July holiday.
We actually have enough to get through this week free and clear. We are not going to say that we can accurately predict next week yet, its still too clear this week to say that. But the fact that we have confidence that we can get through this week is definitely a good sign.
Police vehicles made reaching the Promenade des Anglais impossible, and it was via the pavement, and in a very violent manner, that this truck managed to get through and the driver to commit his crime.
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