run through

run through
run through [sth.]
1) (be present in) [theme, concern] attraversare, pervadere [work, society]
2) (look through) scorrere, dare un'occhiata a [list, article]; (discuss) rivedere, riepilogare velocemente
3) (use, get through) sperperare [money]; run through [sth.], run [sth.] through (rehearse) provare [scene, speech]

to run sth. through the computer — controllare qcs. sul computer

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(to look at, deal with etc, one after another: He ran through their instructions.) scorrere, ripassare
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vi + prep
1) (use up: fortune) far fuori, dilapidare
2) (read quickly: notes etc) dare un'occhiata a, (list) scorrere
3) (rehearse: play) riprovare, ripetere, (recapitulate) ricapitolare
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run through [sth.]
1) (be present in) [theme, concern] attraversare, pervadere [work, society]
2) (look through) scorrere, dare un'occhiata a [list, article]; (discuss) rivedere, riepilogare velocemente
3) (use, get through) sperperare [money]; run through [sth.], run [sth.] through (rehearse) provare [scene, speech]

to run sth. through the computer — controllare qcs. sul computer


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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