Is "go through something" same with "see something" or "check out something"?
To "go through things" means to rummage through, organize, or sort through some belongings, especially older items that haven't been looked at or used in a while. The speaker has used this expression to state that he is examining some old belongings to organize or throw them away. The past tense of this expression is "went through." Ex: I went through my old stuff and threw a lot away. Ex: Can you go through the kids' stuff in the garage?
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