- throw out
- verb1. force to leave or move out (Freq. 3)-
He was expelled from his native country• Hyponyms:↑eject, ↑chuck out, ↑exclude, ↑turf out, ↑boot out, ↑turn out, ↑expatriate, ↑deport, ↑exile, ↑suspend, ↑debar, ↑extradite, ↑deliver, ↑banish, ↑relegate, ↑bar, ↑ban, ↑ostracize, ↑ostracise, ↑shun, ↑cast out, ↑blackball• Verb Frames:-
Somebody ——s somebody2. throw or cast away (Freq. 3)-
Put away your worries• Syn:↑discard, ↑fling, ↑toss, ↑toss out, ↑toss away, ↑chuck out, ↑cast aside, ↑dispose, ↑cast out, ↑throw away, ↑cast away, ↑put away• Derivationally related forms: ↑disposition (for: ↑dispose), ↑disposal (for: ↑dispose), ↑fling (for: ↑fling), ↑discard (for: ↑discard)• Hyponyms:↑unlearn, ↑deep-six, ↑give it the deep six, ↑jettison, ↑trash, ↑junk, ↑scrap, ↑waste, ↑dump, ↑retire, ↑abandon, ↑sell out, ↑sell up, ↑liquidize, ↑de-access, ↑close out• Verb Frames:-
Somebody ——s something3. remove from a position or office (Freq. 1)-
The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds• Derivationally related forms: ↑expulsion (for: ↑expel), ↑ouster (for: ↑oust), ↑ousting (for: ↑oust)• Hypernyms: ↑remove• Verb Frames:-
Somebody ——s somebody-
Somebody ——s PP4. cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration (Freq. 1)-
This case is dismissed!• Syn: ↑dismiss• Verb Frames:-
Somebody ——s something5. bring forward for consideration or acceptance (Freq. 1)-
advance an argument• Syn: ↑advance• Verb Frames:-
Somebody ——s something
* * *throw out [phrasal verb]1 a : to put (something that is no longer useful or wanted) in a trash can, garbage can, rubbish bin, etc.
She threw out [=threw away] a pair of old shoes.
The committee threw out [=rejected] the proposal.
His testimony was thrown out by the judge.
She threw out a couple of ideas for improving the company's Web site.
He threw out some hints, but nobody could guess the surprise.
The campfire started throwing out sparks.
The woodstove throws out a lot of heat.1 e : to injure (a part of your body)
I threw out my back lifting a chair.
The referee threw out two players for fighting.
She got thrown out of school for cheating.2 b baseball : to cause (a player) to be out by throwing the ball to the base that the player is running to• • •Main Entry: ↑throw
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throw\ out — • throw out • toss out v 1. To put somewhere to be destroyed because not wanted. He didn t need the brush anymore so he threw it out. Syn.: throw away(1) 2. To refuse to accept. The inspector tossed out all the parts that didn t work. 3. To force … Словарь американских идиом
throw out — throw (someone) out to force someone to leave. At least four kids have been thrown out of school for cheating on exams. The worst part of Edsel s job is having to throw out the drunks when the bar closes … New idioms dictionary
throw out — ► throw out 1) discard as unwanted. 2) expel unceremoniously. 3) (of a court, legislature, or other body) dismiss or reject. 4) cause numbers or calculations to become inaccurate. Main Entry: ↑throw … English terms dictionary
throw out — [v] comment bring forward, bring to light*, bring up, chime in*, come out with, declare, deliver, produce, reveal, say, state, suggest, tell, utter; concept 51 Ant. be quiet … New thesaurus
throw out — index discharge (dismiss), dislodge, displace (remove), eject (evict), eject (expel) … Law dictionary
throw-out — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun ( s) Etymology: throw out 1. : an act or instance of throwing out 2. : one that is rejected or discarded the attack on the government was led by envious throw outs George Orwell the throw outs of ten generations, hou … Useful english dictionary
throw out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms throw out : present tense I/you/we/they throw out he/she/it throws out present participle throwing out past tense threw out past participle thrown out 1) same as throw away 1) I ve thrown out my old boots. 2)… … English dictionary
throw out — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. discharge, throw away, reject; see discard , oust . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. throw away, dispose of, dump, discard, scrap, cast off, dispense with, junk, jettison. III (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To let go or get … English dictionary for students
throw out — 1) see throw away 1) 2) PHRASAL VERB If a judge throws out a case, he or she rejects it and the accused person does not have to stand trial. [V P n (not pron)] The defense wants the district Judge to throw out the case. [Also V n P] 3) PHRASAL… … English dictionary
throw out — verb a) To discard; to dispense with something; to throw away. Just throw out that pen if it doesnt write anymore. b) To dismiss or expel someone from any longer performing duty or … Wiktionary