sweep through


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sweep through

 (something)
1. Lit. to move through something or some place quickly and with grand flourishes. She swept through the room, speaking to no one. She swept through in a great hurry.
2. Fig. to perform some task quickly. She swept through the musical number and ran offstage. It required a slower tempo, but she just swept through.
See also: sweep