put someone through

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put someone through
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (telecommunications)
a. pasar a alguien
Before you put someone through to me, ask who it is is.Antes de que me pases a alguien, pregunta quién es.
b. poner a alguien
I put someone through to the supervisor, and all he did was complain.Puse a alguien con la supervisora y todo lo que él hizo fue quejarse.
2. (to subject to)
a. someter a alguien
No, I'm not taking you to my family Thanksgiving. I wouldn't put someone through that ordeal. NoNo, no te voy a llevar al Día de Acción de Gracias de mi familia. No voy a someter a alguien a esa dura prueba.
b. hacer que alguien pase por
I don't think we should put someone through all this work alone.No creo que debemos hacer que alguien pase por todo este trabajo solo.
3. (to pay for)
a. mandar a alguien
Most parents find it difficult to put someone through college without financial aid.La mayoría de los padres se les hace difícil el mandar a alguien a la universidad sin la ayuda financiera.
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