Verb: run through Meaning: Practise a dramatic work like a play quickly The cast RAN THROUGH the play the day before it opened to the public. Meaning: Stab or wound deeply with a knife, sword, etc. The musketeer RAN his enemy THROUGH with a sword and killed...
Verb: romp through Meaning: Do something easily or quickly We ROMPED THROUGH the tasks because they were so simple.
Verb: put through Meaning: Connect someone by phone Could you PUT me THROUGH to extension 259 please.
Verb: rat through Meaning: Look for something hurriedly I RATTED THROUGH the papers on my desk but couldn’t find the letter.
Verb: pull through Meaning: Recover from and illness or problem At one stage it looked as if she was going to die, but she PULLED THROUGH in the end.