think (a plan) through / think through (a plan)

This means to carefully think about each part of a plan and its consequences.

When you're using a preposition like "it", "this", or "that", you use the order "think ___ through", like in the example above.

When you're using a noun or a longer phrase, you use the order "think through ___":

You really need to think through your decision carefully.

Have you thought through the consequences of what you're doing?

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