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"put in A through B" What does "to put in something through someone"? Is there another way to mean the same thing? e.g. "You need to put in a work request through Facilities."
Jan 31, 2016 12:33 PM
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The 'put in' and the 'through' aren't necessarily connected. To 'put in' means to make or submit a request. 'Through' means 'via' - this is the channel of communication. All requests need to go via the Facilities department.
January 31, 2016
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