to send sth from your hand through the air by moving your hand or arm quickly
Stop throwing stones at the window!
She threw the ball up and caught it again.
Don't throw it to him, give it to him!
Can you throw me that towel?
They had a competition to see who could throw the furthest.
to put sth in a particular place quickly and carelessly
Just throw your bag down over there.
move with force
to move sth suddenly and with force
The boat was thrown onto the rocks.
The sea throws up all sorts of debris on the beach.
I threw open the windows to let the smoke out.
part of body
to move your body or part of it quickly or suddenly
He threw back his head and roared with laughter.
I ran up and threw my arms around him.
Jenny threw herself onto the bed.
make sb fall
to make sb fall quickly or violently to the ground
Two riders were thrown (= off their horses) in the second race.
into particular state
to make sb/sth be in a particular state
Hundreds were thrown out of work.
We were thrown into confusion by the news.
The problem was suddenly thrown into sharp focus.
指向某人 / 事物
direct sth at sb/sth
to direct sth at sb/sth
to throw doubt on the verdict
to throw the blame on someone
to throw accusations at someone
He threw the question back at me (= expected me to answer it myself) .
to make sb feel upset, confused, or surprised
The news of her death really threw me.
to roll a dice or let it fall after shaking it; to obtain a particular number in this way
Throw the dice!
He threw three sixes in a row.
to make a clay pot, dish, etc. on a potter's wheel
a hand-thrown vase
to send light or shade onto sth
The trees threw long shadows across the lawn.
to make your voice sound as if it is coming from another person or place
to hit sb with your fist
to move a switch, handle, etc. to operate sth
to have a sudden period of bad-tempered behaviour, violent emotion, etc.
She'll throw a fit if she finds out.
Children often throw tantrums at this age.
to give a party
to deliberately lose a game or contest that you should have won
He was accused of having thrown the game.
含 throw 的习语，都可在该等习语中的名词及形容词相关词条找到，如 throw your hat into the ring 在词条 hat 下。
Idioms containing throw are at the entries for the nouns and adjectives in the idioms, for example throw your hat into the ring is at hat .
to reject sth such as an attitude, a way of life, etc.
to rush violently at sth/sb
usually of a woman
to be too enthusiastic in trying to attract a sexual partner
to get rid of sth that you no longer want
I don't need that─you can throw it away.
That old chair should be thrown away.
to fail to make use of sth; to waste sth
to throw away an opportunity
to remind sb of sth they have said or done in the past, especially to upset or annoy them
to force sb to rely on sth because nothing else is available
There was no TV so we were thrown back on our own resources (= had to entertain ourselves) .
to include sth with what you are selling or offering, without increasing the price
You can have the piano for $200, and I'll throw in the stool as well.
to add a remark to a conversation
Jack threw in the odd encouraging comment.
to begin to do sth with energy and enthusiasm
to manage to get rid of sth/sb that is making you suffer, annoying you, etc.
to throw off a cold/your worries/your pursuers
to take off a piece of clothing quickly and carelessly
She entered the room and threw off her wet coat.
to put on a piece of clothing quickly and carelessly
She just threw on the first skirt she found.
to allow people to enter or visit a place where they could not go before
to allow people to discuss sth, take part in a competition, etc.
The debate will be thrown open to the audience.
to force sb to leave a place
You'll be thrown out if you don't pay the rent.
to say sth in a way that suggests you have not given it a lot of thought
to throw out a suggestion
to decide not to accept a proposal, an idea, etc.
to produce smoke, light, heat, etc.
a small fire that threw out a lot of heat
to confuse sth or make it wrong
Our calculations of the cost of our trip were thrown out by changes in the exchange rate.
to stop being friends with sb or having a romantic relationship with them
to bring people into contact with each other, often unexpectedly
Fate had thrown them together.
to make or produce sth in a hurry
I threw together a quick meal.
The smell made me want to throw up.
to vomit food
The baby's thrown up her dinner.
to make people notice sth
Her research has thrown up some interesting facts.
to build sth suddenly or in a hurry
They're throwing up new housing estates all over the place.
to leave your job
to throw up your career
the act of throwing sth, especially a ball or dice
a well-aimed throw
It's your throw (= it's your turn to throw the dice ) .
He threw me to the ground with a judo throw.
the distance which sth is thrown
a javelin throw of 57 metres
a loose cloth cover that can be thrown over a sofa , etc.
used to say how much items cost each
The tickets for the dinner were £50 a throw.
a very short distance away
We live just a stone's throw from here.
The hotel is within a stone's throw of the beach.
All these words mean to send sth from your hand through the air.
to send sth from your hand or hands through the air
Some kids were throwing stones at the window.
She threw the ball and he caught it.
to throw sth lightly or carelessly
She tossed her jacket onto the bed.
to throw sth violently in a particular direction
Rioters hurled a brick through the car's windscreen.
to throw sb/sth somewhere with a lot of force, especially because you are angry or in a hurry
She flung the letter down onto the table.
( especially BrE informal ) to throw sth carelessly
I chucked him the keys.
( informal ) to throw sth so that it goes high through the air
They were lobbing stones over the wall.
(in cricket) to throw the ball to the batsman
(in baseball) to throw the ball to the batter
the act of throwing (propelling something with a rapid movement of the arm and wrist)
- the catcher made a good throw to second base
casting an object in order to determine an outcome randomly
- he risked his fortune on a throw of the dice
bedclothes consisting of a lightweight cloth covering (an afghan or bedspread) that is casually thrown over something
the maximum movement available to a pivoted or reciprocating piece by a cam
近义词: stroke,cam stroke
a single chance or instance
- he couldn't afford $50 a throw
be confusing or perplexing to;cause to be unable to think clearly
- These questions confuse even the experts
- This question completely threw me
- This question befuddled even the teacher
convey or communicate;of a smile, a look, a physical gesture
- Throw a glance
- She gave me a dirty look
utter with force;utter vehemently
- hurl insults
- throw accusations at someone
throw (a die) out onto a flat surface
- Throw a six
place or put with great energy
- She threw the blanket around the child
- thrust the money in the hands of the beggar
propel through the air
- throw a frisbee
cause to go on or to be engaged or set in operation
- switch on the light
- throw the lever
get rid of
- he shed his image as a pushy boss
- shed your clothes
近义词: shed,cast,cast off,shake off,throw off,throw away,drop
cause to fall off
- The horse threw its inexperienced rider
put or send forth
- She threw the flashlight beam into the corner
- The setting sun threw long shadows
- cast a spell
- cast a warm light
make on a potter's wheel
- she threw a beautiful teapot
organize or be responsible for
- hold a reception
- have, throw, or make a party
- give a course
cause to be confused emotionally
move violently, energetically, or carelessly
- She threw herself forwards
to put into a state or activity hastily, suddenly, or carelessly
- Jane threw dinner together
- throw the car into reverse