Idiom: get through to someone
— I keep trying to get through to the airlines but the number is busy. We have to re-book these tickets by tomorrow.
— After the hurricane, we couldn't get through to my parents for 48 hours because the power was cut.
— I can't get through to this number. Do I need an access code to make an international call?
— Please keep trying to get through to our client—we need to get their payment this week in order to start the project.
— Perhaps one of her friends can get through to her about her drinking.
— Let's hire a media consultant. We're doing an awful job at getting our message through to young consumers.
— I have no idea how to get through to my teenage daughter—she refuses to really listen to what we're telling her.
— The government is trying to get through to kids that e-cigarettes and vaping is just as bad as smoking cigarettes.
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