go through with


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Related to go through with: take after, come down with, come across, go along, go out of one's way, dropping off

go through with something

to complete something the outcome of which is troubling or doubtful; to do something in spite of problems and drawbacks. I have to go through with it, no matter what. I just couldn't go through with it.

go through with something

to do something you planned or promised to do I hoped he wasn't really going through with the plan. Had she known about the risks, she might not have gone through with the operation.
Usage notes: usually said about something that is difficult or unpleasant