Hindi translation of 'throw'
throw /θrəʊ थ़्रअउ/
Word forms: throws, throwing, threw, thrown
1. transitive verb
If you throw an object that you are holding, you move your hand quickly and let go of the object, so that it moves through the air.
He spent hours throwing a tennis ball against a wall.
He threw Brian a rope.
2. transitive verb
To throw something into a place or position means to cause it to fall there.
उछाल कर रखना
David threw his coat on the nearest chair.
He threw me to the ground.
3. transitive verb
If you throw a part of your body somewhere, you move it there suddenly and with a lot of force.
(अपने-आप को) उछाल देना
She threw her hands into the air.
He threw himself on his bed.
4. transitive verb
If a horse throws its rider, it makes the rider fall off.
5. transitive verb
If a person or thing is thrown into an unpleasant situation or state, something causes them to be in it.
किसी अप्रिय स्थिति में पड़ जाना
She was thrown into a panic at the thought of an evening alone.
6. transitive verb
If you throw yourself, your energy, or your money into a particular job or activity, you become involved in it very enthusiastically.
पूरी तरह समर्पित होना
7. transitive verb
If someone throws a fit or tantrum, they are suddenly very angry and start to behave in an uncontrolled way.
आपा खो देना
8. transitive verb
When someone throws a party, they organize one.[informal]
9. transitive verb
If something such as a remark or an experience throws you, it confuses you because it is unexpected.
हैरान कर देना
That reporter really threw me.
If you throw away or throw out something you do not want, you get rid of it.
से छुटकारा पाना
I never throw anything away.
If you throw away something good that you have, you waste it.
The Government has thrown away a chance of becoming a world leader in engineering.
If someone who is selling or offering something throws in something else, they add it to what they are selling or offering for no extra charge.
मुफ़्त शामिल करना
...a weekend break in Paris — with free meals thrown in.
If you throw off something that is restricting you or making you unhappy, you get rid of it.
मुक्ति या छुटकारा पाना
The royal family needs to throw off its outdated image.
1. see throw away 1
If you throw someone out, you force them to leave.
निकाल बाहर करना
I was so cross with him that I threw him out of the house.
If a court or committee throws out a case, proposal, or request, they reject it.
ख़ारिज कर देना
To throw up means to vomit.[informal]
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Example Sentences Including 'throw'
He smoked the joint right down, then after a final drag he tried to throw the end onto the ground.THE EXECUTION (2002)
But even surprised by Kibeth, his will and Saraneth fought to hold Lirael as she tried to throw herself back into Life.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Christian stayed calm: `We'll carry him behind the car then throw the tarpaulin over him.THE EXECUTION (2002)
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'throw' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَرْمِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: arremessar
- Chinese: 扔
- Croatian: bacati
- Czech: házet hodit
- Danish: kaste
- Dutch: gooien
- European Spanish: lanzar objetos
- Finnish: heittää
- French: lancer
- German: werfen
- Greek: εξακοντίζω
- Italian: lanciare
- Japanese: 投げる
- Korean: (...을) 던지다
- Norwegian: kaste
- Polish: rzucić rzucać
- Portuguese: arremessar
- Romanian: a arunca
- Russian: бросать
- Spanish: lanzar
- Swedish: kasta
- Thai: โยน
- Turkish: atmak
- Ukrainian: кидати кинути
- Vietnamese: ném
Translation of throw from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary