1. phrasal verb
If you chuck
, you throw it away, because you do not need
it or cannot use it.
Many companies have struggled valiantly to use less energy and chuck out less rubbish.
2. phrasal verb chuck
If a person is chucked out of
, a place, or their home
, they are forced by other people to leave.
Any head teacher who made errors like this would be chucked out.
I was chucked out of my London flat in 1960.
Her parents are going to chuck her out on the street.
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