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

The meaning of "Trough" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ripped trough mean?
A: I think you made a spelling error but I'll answer it all ways I can.
"Ripped through" is a phrase which means to accidentally or purposely forcefully break a material into two pieces.

"Ripped" means to break into two pieces
"Trough" means a long container which animals eat our of
"Through" means to go in one side and move out the other.
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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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