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See me through - Meaning and Definition

 Phrasal Verb

see me through


to have enough of something to be able to get what you need


- “She was all he'd ever need to see him through” Bob Seger, The Ring

- Now that I've done that job I've got enough money to see me through to the end of the month.

 Verb and preposition
Must be separated
 Normal or Slang
 American / British /
 Regular / Irregular
See is an irregular verb. Its forms are: see, saw, seen

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English Vocabulary Exercises: Bob Seger, The Ring