Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Trough"

The meaning of "Trough" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does trough mean?
A: : it means an elongated vessel with an open top that contains food or water for animals. You find troughs especially in cowsheds, pigsties and stables, but until the very beginning of past century you could still find them outdoors for horses to drink. Trivial examples are: 'the horses are drinking from the trough', 'the cattle are eating voraciously at the troughs'.
'trough' is also a term used in weather forecast to point out a corridor of low atmospheric pressure between areas of high pressure. An example: 'in troughs the directions of winds shift frequently'.
'trough' is also used in economics to designate periods of time when an economic variable gets to a minimum after and before it gets a maximum. An example: 'at the beginning of 2000s the IT industry passed a trough in revenues'.
With the same meaning of a 'low area' it generally points out a depressed region like in between two waves at sea or two mountain ridges. Two trivial examples here too: 'the high waves and the narrow troughs between them in the stormy sea were frightening', 'the dark trough between those two ridges is dreadful'.
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Q: What does trough mean?
A: in that sentence it sounds like it means "we are over" through means to go from beginning to end...
Q: What does tough, through, though, thorough, thought, trough, throw, threw (My God, those words are very similar....help please haha) mean?
A: tough = strong, hard, or difficult
"My father is tough."
"English is a tough language to learn."

through = to pass in the middle of something
"Let's walk through the park instead of around it."
"Fish swim through water, and birds fly through the air."

though = connect two differing statements
"I really love ice-cream though I know I should eat less."
"She waited for me even though it was raining."

thorough = to be very diligent, do something completely
"The child cleaned the house thoroughly. It was perfectly clean."
"Make sure you read the test questions thoroughly before you answer."

thought = noun, the ideas your brain produces, your beliefs or ideas, or past tense of the verb think
"My thoughts are swirling through my head."
"I thought about you yesterday."

trough = usually a long narrow container used to feed farm animals

throw = verb, to send something through the air with your arms
"He will throw the ball."

threw = verb, past tense of throw
"He threw the ball through the window. He got in big trouble."

Example sentences using "Trough"

Q: Please show me example sentences with trough .
A: the horses eat out of a trough.
we urinate in a trough in the football stadium.
Q: Please show me example sentences with though, throughout, trough.
A: There are so many people outside even though it is raining.
I had such lame classes throughout the year.
He went through the tunnel to go accross the city
Q: Please show me example sentences with trough.
A: A horse or pig drinks from a trough. A trough is a long basin that you can fill with water.

Synonyms of "Trough" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between trough and Through ?
A: The “ough” in both words alters the sounds they make.

Trough: (T-ROH-ff) it’s what animals eat out of ( the long narrow containers for food and water)

And Through: (Th-ROO) moving in one side and out of the other side.

Q: What is the difference between trough and through ?
A: a trough is something a horse drinks water from (noun). Through is a preposition or adverb...

"I went through the forrest. "

"the horse drank from the trough"
Q: What is the difference between through and trough ?
A: Through is an action and trough is an object
Q: What is the difference between through and trough ?
A: a trough (feeding trough) is a container from which cattle can eat.

Through can be used like:

"The arrow went right through him" meaning that the arrow entered his body and left on the other side.

So yeah there is a difference and trough is a word!
@AlexAlmeida
Q: What is the difference between trough and tough ?
A: Trough= water container for animal

Tough= strong

Translations of "Trough"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trough
A: Through*
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trough
A: It sounds like "Troff"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Think trough
A: Think tank
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trough (pronúncia)
A: trough?
that thing you use to feed animals?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trough and bought pronunciation
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Other questions about "Trough"

Q: I walk trough the valley of the shadow of death... does this sound natural?
A: through, not trough
Besides that, the sentence is correct.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce "trough".
Q: though, thought, through, thorough, tough, trough does this sound natural?
A: Wow good job!!
Q: I was walking when I saw trough the showcase my old friend does this sound natural?
A: I was walking through the showcase when I saw my old friend.
Q: I looked trough the glass does this sound natural?
A: "I looked through the glass"

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