Could you explain me the expression "go through" please?
"Go through" here means "undergo" or "experience". The speaker is saying she doesn't want to have a certain experience with Ross again. The present tense of "go through" is "going through", and the past tense is "went through". Ex: I went through a hard time last year. Ex: I'm going through a breakup right now. Ex: I have to go through a medical treatment soon.
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