I'm through

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VicNicSor

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The boss baby, who's facing being turned into an ordinary baby from what he is, which he doesn't want to happen, exclaims in despair:
— It's over. I'm through. What do we do, Templeton? What do we do?
The Boss Baby, animation

I know "to be through (with something)" usually means that you've finished an activity. But in context like that, where it means something like "I'm dead", is it idiomatic?
Thanks.
 
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