throw away‘I used to throw away plastic razors all the time.
throw lightLife-positions throw light on why it is that some people tend to be winners and some losers in life.
throw upand lavatories throw up,
go to throw
just throwDon't just throw empty accusations around!’
want to throw‘You make me want to throw up .’
throw offThe minister said that he felt as if he were being pursued by a wild animal and could only throw off his clothes to distract its attention.
throw outI urge the House to throw out the amendment.
up and throwHis pick up and throw too good for Salim Malik.
have to throwYou won't even have to throw me off Water Gypsy .
throw stones‘We throw stones to avenge Palestine,’ boasted a ten-year-old.
then throwYou can catch the ball and then throw it.
use to throwI urge the House to throw out the amendment.
throw it offWhen the ship was swinging round, they'd go down the river,th that here rope was still on the bollard so to throw it off
throw them awayIf I , I'll throw them away!
throw any lightIn many, I suspect most, cases references to Parliamentary materials will not throw any light on the matter.
throw it outIf an attractive chair gets damaged, don't throw it out.
throw some lightCan you throw some light on it?
throw me outOnce on this tour…he wanted to throw me out!’
throw myselfBy day I throw myself into my work.