Definition of see through in English:

see through

Not be deceived by; detect the true nature of: he can see through her lies and deceptions
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  • Of course, the electorate are increasingly seeing through the lies and deceit of Labour.
  • Only by knowing his true nature was it possible to see through his gentlemanly veil.
  • It amazes me how they can obfuscate or even lie and believe people won't see through them.
not be deceived by, not be taken in by, be wise to, get/have the measure of, read like a book, fathom, penetrate, realize, understand
informal not fall for, have someone's number, know someone's (little) game
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