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What's "put through" mean and when's it used?

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Rebecca

In this context, to "put [someone] through" something means to subject someone to an unpleasant or demanding experience. In this case, "after the things you put me through" means "after the bad things you made me experience." Ex: You put me through a lot of terrible things, so I can't forgive you. Ex: He put me through a lot of things, but we're still friends.

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