throw

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Перевод:

Verb: бросать кидать кинуть забросить
Noun: бросок ход метание бросание

Фразы:

to throw out a bill - отклонить законопроект

to put a wet blanket on smb., to throw a wet blanket over smb. - охлаждать чей-л. пыл

to throw a bomb into - вызвать сенсацию, наделать переполох

to fling / throw oneself into the breach - броситься на прорыв

to throw a bridge across a river - перекинуть мост через реку

to turn / throw cartwheels - делать колесо, перекувырнуться колесом

to dismiss / throw out a charge - отклонять обвинение, опровергать обвинение

to throw out one's chest (with pride) - выпячивать грудь вперёд (от гордости)

to throw out the child along with the bath - вместе с водой выплеснуть и ребёнка

to throw out the clutch - разобщить муфту

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Примеры:

That was a great throw! - Это был отличный бросок!

Someone threw a stone at the car. - Кто-то бросил в машину камень.

The horse threw its rider. - Лошадь сбросила своего седока.

She threw herself down on the sofa. - Она плюхнулась на диван.

He threw his shirt to someone in the crowd. - Он бросил свою рубашку кому-то в толпе.

He threw a handful of money onto the table. - Он бросил горсть денег на стол.

He easily threw his opponent. - Он довольно легко дал отпор своему оппоненту.

He threw an angry look at me. - Он бросил на меня сердитый взгляд.

Why do you want to throw in your job right now? - Почему тебе приспичило бросать работу именно сейчас?

I'll throw you the keys. Ready? Catch! - Я брошу тебе ключи. Готов? Лови!

Throw the can in the garbage. - Выбрось банку в мусор.

The problem didn't throw her. - Эта проблема не сломила её.

His novels are thrown together. - Его романы написаны очень небрежно.

He threw his head back and laughed. - Он запрокинул голову и рассмеялся.

The setting sun threw long shadows. - Заходящее солнце отбрасывало длинные тени.

He hasn't a word to throw at a dog. - От него слова не добьёшься.

Jane threw a coat on her shoulders and went out. - Джейн накинула на плечи пальто и вышла.

Throw it in the bin. - Выбрось в мусорное ведро.

The ship was thrown on a reef. - Корабль разбился о рифы.

Do you still want these magazines, or can I throw them out? - Тебе всё еще нужны эти журналы, или я могу их выбросить?

If you throw the ball the dog will fetch it. - Если бросить мяч, собака его принесёт.

They were thrown together by a common interest. - Их связывал общий интерес.

have, throw, or make a party - устроить или закатить вечеринку

The crash threw the driver from the car. - В результате аварии водителя выбросило из машины.

Catch the ball and throw it to first base. - Поймай мяч и брось его на первую базу.

It's your throw - Твоя очередь метать (кости)

The storm threw the boat against a reef. - Шторм бросил лодку на риф.

They were badly thrown about in the bus. - Их немилосердно трясло в автобусе.

You throw like a wimp. - Ты бросаешь, как девка. / Бросок у тебя, как у бабы.

My mum's sound. She'd never throw me out. - Моя мама — человек нормальный. Она бы никогда меня не выгнала.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you say that someone throws around a word or name, you disapprove of the fact that they mention it frequently, often in an inappropriate way in order to impress someone.

If you throw aside a way of life, a principle, or an idea, you abandon it or reject it.

When you throw away or throw out something that you do not want, you get rid of it, for example by putting it in a rubbish container.

If you throw something back at a person, you remind them of something bad they did in the past, in order to upset them.

If you throw down a challenge to someone, you do something new or unexpected in a bold or forceful manner that will probably cause them to reply or react equally strongly.

If you throw in a remark when having a conversation, you add it in a casual or unexpected way.

If you throw off something that is restricting you or making you unhappy, you get rid of it.

If a judge throws out a case, he or she rejects it and the accused person does not have to stand trial.

If you throw something together, for example a meal or a costume, you make it quickly and not very carefully.

When someone throws up, they vomit.

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Связанные термины:

a throw: If things cost a particular amount of money a throw, they cost that amount each.

no throw: an illegal throw in a sport such as the discus or shot put

throw in: If you throw in a remark when having a conversation, you add it in a casual or unexpected way.

throw mud: to try to spoil a person's reputation by saying bad things about them or by telling lies

throw off: If you throw off something that is restricting you or making you unhappy, you get rid of it.

throw on: to put on (a garment) carelessly or hastily

throw out: If a judge throws out a case, he or she rejects it and the accused person does not have to stand trial .

throw rug: → scatter rug

throw up: When someone throws up, they vomit.

free throw: an unimpeded shot at the basket from the free-throw line given for a technical fault (one free shot) or a foul (two free shots )

throw about: to spend (one's money) in a reckless and flaunting manner

throw aside: If you throw aside a way of life, a principle, or an idea, you abandon it or reject it.

throw away: When you throw away or throw out something that you do not want, you get rid of it, for example by putting it in a rubbish container .

throw back: If you throw something back at a person, you remind them of something bad they did in the past, in order to upset them.

throw down: If you throw down a challenge to someone, you do something new or unexpected in a bold or forceful manner that will probably cause them to reply or react equally strongly.

throw open: to open completely and suddenly

throw over: to forsake or abandon ; jilt

throw shade: to make a public show of contempt

hammer throw: a hand tool consisting of a heavy usually steel head held transversely on the end of a handle, used for driving in nails, beating metal, etc

stone's throw: a short distance

throw around: If you say that someone throws around a word or name, you disapprove of the fact that they mention it frequently, often in an inappropriate way in order to impress someone.

throw-forward: an illegal pass towards the opponent's dead-ball line

throw pillow: a small pillow placed on a chair, couch, etc., primarily for decoration

throw weight: the maximum weight of supplementary mechanisms that can be lifted by the boost stages of a particular missile

throw a bomb: A bomb is a device which explodes and damages or destroys a large area.

throw mud at: to slander ; vilify

throw overboard: to reject or abandon

throw together: If you throw something together, for example a meal or a costume, you make it quickly and not very carefully.

throw a wobbly: to lose your temper in a noisy, uncontrolled, and childish way, often about something unimportant

throw a wrench: If someone throws a wrench or throws a monkey wrench into a process, they prevent something happening smoothly by deliberately causing a problem .

a stone's throw: If you say that one place is a stone's throw from another, you mean that the places are close to each other.

free throw lane: a rectangular area under each basket between the free-throw line and the end line, used to line up the players during a free throw

free throw line: Basketball See foul line (sense 2 )

pay-as-you-throw: denoting a system for waste collection in which households are charged according to the amount of refuse they leave

throw oneself at: to strive actively to attract the attention or affection of

throw oneself into: to involve oneself enthusiastically in

throw oneself on: to rely entirely upon

throw in the towel: to stop trying to do something, because you know that you cannot succeed

throw in your hand: to give up trying to do something

throw sth overboard: If you throw something overboard, for example an idea or suggestion, you reject it completely.

throw the book at: to charge with every relevant offence

to throw a wrench: If someone throws a wrench or throws a monkey wrench into a process, they prevent something happening smoothly by deliberately causing a problem .

throw cold water on: to be unenthusiastic about or discourage

throw in one's hand: (in cards) to concede defeat by putting one's cards down

throw in the sponge: to admit defeat ; give up: from the practice by a boxer's second of throwing a sponge into the ring to concede defeat

throw one's hand in: → throw in (sense 3 )

throw to the wolves: to abandon or deliver to destruction

throw up one's hands: If someone throws up their hands, they express their anger, frustration, or disgust when a situation becomes so bad that they can no longer accept it.

throw oneself at sb: If someone throws themselves at you, they make it very obvious that they want to begin a relationship with you, by behaving as though they are sexually attracted to you.

discus: A discus is a heavy circular object which athletes try to throw as far as they can as a sport .

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Однокоренные слова:

throw about - разбрасывать, разбросать, раскидывать
throw away - упускать возможность, шанс, не воспользоваться, тратить, растрачивать, сбрасывать
throw back - отбрасывать назад, запрокидывать, замедлять развитие, закидывать
throw down - бросать, скинуть, разрушать, сбрасывать, повергнуть, повергать, ниспровергать
throw in - добавлять, бросать, вбрасывать, вставлять, включать
throw off - скинуть, скидывать, сбрасывать, свергать, отвергать, избавляться, извергать
throw on - накидывать, набрасывать, подбрасывать, подбавлять, надевать
throw out - выбрасывать, выкидывать, вываливать, выплескивать, пристраивать, выгонять
throw over - перебросить, бросать, отказываться, покидать, переключать, набрасывать
throw up - подбрасывать, подкидывать, рвать, бросать, извергать, упрекать, вскидывать

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