Go through changes

verb phrase


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  • Go through channels

    Use the correct procedure, especially in a hierarchy or bureaucracy. For example, You’ll have to go through channels for approval of this expenditure. This term uses channel in the sense of “a conduit.” [ Mid-1900s ]

  • Go through one

    1. Use as an intermediary, as in Bob can’t release that; you’ll have to go through the main office . Also see go through channels 2. Also, go right through one (like a dose of salts). Be rapidly excreted without being digested. For example, I don’t know why, but Thai cooking goes right through me, […]

  • Go through the cellar

    verb phrase To plummet; fall disastrously; go south: The ratings went through the cellar (1980s+)

  • Go through the mill

    verb phrase To have practical experience of something; be thoroughly seasoned: I think you can rely on her; she’s been through the mill (1859+) see: through the mill

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