go through one

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, or That banana drink went through Dad like a dose of salts.
See also: one, through
References in classic literature ?
Kindly doctors and gentle old professors had taught her the rudiments of about ten different branches of knowledge, but they would as soon have forced her to go through one piece of drudgery thoroughly as they would have told her that her hands were dirty.
The facility will facilitate the airline s passengers to check-in from their point of embarkation conveniently and transfer to their point of disembarkation through Kuala Lumpur, with no requirement to go through one more check-in process.
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