Thro' Thro' A contraction of {Through}. [1913 Webster] [1913 Webster]

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  • thro' — or thro [thro͞o] prep., adv., adj. archaic contr. for THROUGH * * * …   Universalium

  • thro' — or thro [thro͞o] prep., adv., adj. archaic contr. for THROUGH …   English World dictionary

  • thro' — [ θru ] short form an informal way of writing through …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • thro — contraction of THROUGH (Cf. through) …   Etymology dictionary

  • thro — ab·ar·thro·sis; af·ri·can·thro·pus; am·phi·ar·thro·di·al; am·phi·ar·thro·sis; an·thro·pe·ic; an·thro·pism; an·thro·po·cen·tric; an·thro·po·cen·tri·cism; an·thro·po·chore; an·thro·po·dermic; an·thro·po·gen·e·sis; an·thro·po·gen·ic;… …   English syllables

  • thro' — also thro Thro is sometimes used as a written abbreviation for through …   English dictionary

  • thro — ˈthrü preposition Etymology: Middle English thro, short for throgh, through archaic : through stares thro the window at a scrawl of boughs Constance Carrier …   Useful english dictionary

  • thro — /throoh/, prep. Archaic. through. Also, thro . * * * …   Universalium

  • thro — see thro …   English dictionary

  • thro — /θru/ (say throoh) preposition, adverb, adjective Colloquial through. Also, thro …   Australian English dictionary

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