be through


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I don`t understand the last part of this sentence. Could you help me please?
This was going to be difficult; Steven, weary from so many misguided questions, raised his hand to signal that he was through.
  • As I fathom it, it means ''to be over with/ to have enough of''

    Raised his hand to signal that he was over/tired of it/ could not stand it anymore.

    But let us wait for natives. :)
    Para ayudarte a traducir esta expresión, hace falta mas contexto...

    Podría ser: "para indicar que el ya estaba/que el no podía mas/que para el se acabó"...