walk through

walk through
phrasal 1. to go through (as a theatrical role or familiar activity) perfunctorily (as in an early stage of rehearsal) 2. to guide (as a novice) through an unfamiliar or complex procedure step-by-step 3. to deal with or carry out perfunctorily

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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