What does looked through mean?

1 : to read or briefly examine some of the pages of (a book, magazine, etc.) She was looking through a magazine as she waited in the doctor’s office. 2 : to look at the different parts of (a collection or group of things) I looked through all his letters.

Does Through mean finished?

As an adjective, through means finished or done. As an adverb it can mean backward and forward, completely, up to and including, or all the way to the end. The preposition through means in and out of.

Are you through or are you done?

All three share the same semantic meaning of “when you are complete”. “Done”, “through”, and “finished” all indicate the same thing and are no less valid. If this is for a formal communication, perhaps “complete” or “finished” would be preferable, simply due to being perceived as more formal.

What is the synonym of look through?

peruse. verbcheck out; examine. analyze. browse. glance over.

Will look through it meaning?

(look through something) to read something quickly, especially to find the information you need.

Is it look thru or look through?

Through—Which Is Right? Through can be a preposition, an adjective, and an adverb. Through is the only formally accepted spelling of the word. Thru is an alternate spelling that should be used only in informal writing or when referring to drive-throughs.

What you mean by through?

Definition of through (Entry 2 of 3) 1 : from one end or side to the other. 2a : from beginning to end. b : to completion, conclusion, or accomplishment see it through.

Where do we use through?

Through can be used as a preposition, an adverb, and an adjective. It has several meanings, including “from one side to the other,” “from beginning to end,” and “during an entire period”: He rode his bicycle through the door and onto the street. You have to read the book through if you want to be prepared for class.

What does I’m through mean?

We use them when we have finished doing or using something. A few examples are given below: 1- I am done or I am through. It means I have finished doing or using something. 2- He is through or done with his homework.

Is it correct to say I am done?

Both are correct and have similar meanings. E.g. When you finish your work you can use the phrase, “I’m done.” When you have done your work you can use the phrase, “I have done my work.” “I am done” is the same as saying “I am finished.”