1. receive something
the document/visa/numbers came through this morning
The phrasal verb to come through has a number of different meanings. If a piece of information, document or a message comes through it means you receive it. If a feeling or emotion comes through it means it is perceived by others and other people notice it. To come through something means to succeed in a difficult situation. And to come through can also mean to complete something that you have agreed to do or are obliged to do. To come through something can also mean to survive, continue to work or still make progress after a dangerous experience. If you are in a room and you are inviting someone from another room to come inside, you can invite them to come through.