get through

get through
get through
1) (squeeze through) passare
2) tel.

to get through to sb. — parlare con qcn. (al telefono)

I couldn't get through — non sono riuscito ad avere la linea

3) (communicate with)

to get through to — comunicare con, convincere [person]

4) [news, supplies] arrivare
5) [examinee] passare, farcela; get through [sth.]
6) attraversare, passare attraverso [checkpoint, mud]; arrivare alla fine di, finire [book]; finire [meal, task]; superare, passare [exam, qualifying round]

I thought I'd never get through the week — credevo di non arrivare alla fine della settimana

7) (use) fare fuori, finire [food]; fare fuori, scolarsi [drink]; fare fuori, sperperare [money]

I get through two notebooks a week — consumo due block notes alla settimana; get [sb., sth.] through

8) (squeeze through) fare passare [object, person]
9) (help to endure) [encouragement, strength of character] aiutare ad andare avanti
10) scol. univ. (help to pass) aiutare a passare [candidate]
11) pol. fare passare [bill]
* * *
1) (to finish (work etc): We got through a lot of work today.) terminare
2) (to pass (an examination).) passare
3) (to arrive, usually with some difficulty: The food got through to the fort despite the enemy's attempts to stop it.) arrivare
4) (to make oneself understood: I just can't get through to her any more.) farsi capire
* * *
1. vi + prep
1) (pass through: window) passare per or da, (crowd) passare attraverso, farsi strada attraverso
2) (finish: work) sbrigare, (book) finire, (use up: food, money) far fuori, dar fondo a

we got through a lot of work today — abbiamo sbrigato molto lavoro oggi

3) (pass: exam) passare
2. vt + prep
(cause to succeed: student) far passare, (proposal, bill) far passare a, far approvare a
3. vt + adv
(succeed in sending: message, supplies) far arrivare or pervenire, (Pol: bill) far passare or approvare
4. vi + adv
1) (pass through) passare, (news, supplies: arrive) raggiungere
2) (pass, be accepted) passare

they got through to the semifinal — sono entrati in semifinale

3) (finish) finire, terminare
4) Telec ottenere la comunicazione or la linea

to get through to sb — mettersi in contatto con qn, (fig: communicate with) comunicare con qn

* * *
get through
1) (squeeze through) passare
2) tel.

to get through to sb. — parlare con qcn. (al telefono)

I couldn't get through — non sono riuscito ad avere la linea

3) (communicate with)

to get through to — comunicare con, convincere [person]

4) [news, supplies] arrivare
5) [examinee] passare, farcela; get through [sth.]
6) attraversare, passare attraverso [checkpoint, mud]; arrivare alla fine di, finire [book]; finire [meal, task]; superare, passare [exam, qualifying round]

I thought I'd never get through the week — credevo di non arrivare alla fine della settimana

7) (use) fare fuori, finire [food]; fare fuori, scolarsi [drink]; fare fuori, sperperare [money]

I get through two notebooks a week — consumo due block notes alla settimana; get [sb., sth.] through

8) (squeeze through) fare passare [object, person]
9) (help to endure) [encouragement, strength of character] aiutare ad andare avanti
10) scol. univ. (help to pass) aiutare a passare [candidate]
11) pol. fare passare [bill]

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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