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See me through - Meaning and Definition

 Phrasal Verb

see me through

 Definition

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

 Examples

- “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
 separated?
Must be separated
 Normal or Slang
Normal
 American / British /
 International
International
 Regular / Irregular
See is an irregular verb. Its forms are: see, saw, seen

See also:

English Vocabulary Exercises: Bob Seger, The Ring