go through (something)

To "go through" things means to search through them and examine them, one by one. This can be used for physical objects:

I went through my closet and my drawers but I couldn't find my red sweater anywhere.

It can also be used for thoughts, items on a list, or steps in a process:

Our team went through each of the possible choices, and we finally decided on this one

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