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Difference between Be through something and Be through with something

be through somethingendure smth.; live through a particular experience:

  • These were experienced fishermen. They had been through many storms on this sea before.

be through with something

1. eventually accomplish smth.:

  • When she was through with this aria, she asked the audience to be silent, and then she spoke.

2. (coll.) have had enough of smth.; be tired of smth.:

  • I’m through with this job; I must find something more interesting.