Antonyms

1. pass-through

noun. an opening that resembles a window between two rooms (especially a shelved opening between a kitchen and dining room that is used to pass dishes).

Antonyms

  • finish

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2. walk-through

noun. a first perfunctory rehearsal of a theatrical production in which actors read their lines from the script and move as directed.

Synonyms

  • rehearsal

Antonyms

  • debit
  • unimportance

3. follow-through

noun. carrying some project or intention to full completion.

Synonyms

  • mop up
  • windup
  • culmination
  • closing

Antonyms

  • nonmechanical
  • disparage
  • opening
  • colorless

4. follow-through

noun. the act of carrying a stroke to its natural completion.

Synonyms

  • mop up
  • windup
  • stroke
  • culmination
  • closing
  • shot

5. see-through

adjective. so thin as to transmit light.

Synonyms

  • transparent
  • filmy
  • gossamer
  • thin
  • vaporous
  • gauze-like
  • sheer
  • gauzy
  • cobwebby
  • diaphanous

Antonyms

  • solid
  • liquid
  • clear
  • opaque

6. through

adjective. ['ˈθruː'] having finished or arrived at completion.

Synonyms

  • finished
  • done

Antonyms

  • unprocessed
  • rough
  • preserved

Etymology

  • þruh (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. through

adjective. ['ˈθruː'] (of a route or journey etc.) continuing without requiring stops or changes.

Antonyms

  • unpainted

Etymology

  • þruh (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. through

adverb. ['ˈθruː'] throughout the entire extent.

Antonyms

  • raw

Etymology

  • þruh (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. with-it

adjective. in accord with the most fashionable ideas or style.

Synonyms

  • fashionable
  • cutting-edge
  • up-to-date

Antonyms

  • unintelligent
  • backward
  • manual
  • slow

10. with-it

adjective. having the shrewd resourcefulness needed to survive in an urban environment.

Synonyms

  • street smart
  • streetwise

Antonyms

  • styleless
  • unpopular
  • noncurrent

Example sentences of the word through-with


1. Noun Phrase
Your partner should specify the actions for which he is remorseful, acknowledge how they have affected you, identify the ways in which he will do things differently in the future -- and follow through with these intentions.

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