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throw inAlternative form of throw-in.
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throw inTo add something extra free of charge.
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throw awayTo discard or dispose of something.
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throw a fitTo become angry, enraged, or upset; to act or react with an outburst, as by shouting, swearing, etc.
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throw downTo cause something one is holding to drop, often forcefully.
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throw outTo discard; to dispense with something; to throw away.
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throw upTo erect.
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throw upTo display a gang sign using the hands.
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throw downTo fight, incite to fight, or approach with the intent to fight; to make a stand.
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throw downTo accomplish or produce something in a grand, respectable, or successful manner; to "represent".
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throw upTo vomit.
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stone's throwA short distance, roughly equivalent to how far a person can throw a stone.
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throw a bone toTo provide support or assistance to, especially in one particular way or to a limited extent; to make a concession to.
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throw a partyTo organize and execute a party.
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throw a sickieTo take a day off from work, supposedly because of ill health. The illness could be either real or feigned.
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throw a tantrumTo have a temper tantrum, to display a fit of childish anger.
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throw a wobblyTo burst out into a verbal uproar.
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throw an eyeTo glance; peep
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throw asideto discard.
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throw awayTo place a son or daughter for adoption.
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throw chunksTo vomit
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throw downAdmirably or forcefully.
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throw in withTo commit to something with; to partner with.
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throw offTo confuse; especially, to lose a pursuer.
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throw offTo introduce errors or inaccuracies; to skew.
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throw oneself atTo make an embarrassingly desperate attempt to get someone's romantic attention.
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throw outTo dismiss or expel someone from any longer performing duty or attending somewhere.
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throw shapesTo act tough or put up a front. For example, to threaten a person by making "karate chops" at them, without actually doing harm or knowing karate.
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throw smokeTo consistently pitch fastballs that are difficult to hit.
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throw for a loopTo confuse or disorient; to throw off; to mix up.
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throw money awayTo spend money foolishly or indiscriminately; to waste money without regard of the consequences.
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throw off balanceTo unsettle, to catch by surprise.
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throw somebody a curveTo pitch a curve ball.
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throw somebody a curveTo surprise; to introduce something unexpected or requiring a quick reaction or correction.
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throw someone a curveUsed other than as an idiom: To pitch a curve ball.
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throw someone a curveTo surprise; to introduce something unexpected or requiring a quick reaction or correction.
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throw to the windTo discard or dispense with, especially in an abrupt or reckless manner.
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throw cold water onTo belittle or dismiss; to cast doubt upon; to debunk.
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throw down the gauntletTo issue a challenge.
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throw in the towelTo quit; to give up.
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throw off the trailTo misguide.
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throw one's weight aroundTo exercise influence or authority especially to an excessive degree or in an objectionable manner.
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throw the book atTo apply the harshest possible punishment to.
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throw to the dogsTo give up on something valuable.
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throw to the dogsTo remove or cast out someone or something out of one's protection, such as into the streets.
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throw to the dogsTo throw away useless.
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throw to the wolvesTo remove or cast out someone or something out of one's protection, such as onto the streets, especially towards predators.
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throw to the wolvesTo sacrifice someone, especially in an attempt to save oneself.
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throw under the busTo betray or blame; to use as a scapegoat.
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throw under the busTo discard or disown.
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