Definition of 'throw out'
Example sentences containing 'throw out'
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One of these days... Anyway, you think there's little chance the committee will throw out the scheme? A TROUT IN THE MILKA few authentic touches would be nice... and he could always throw out what he didn't like. TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS (2003)
Translations for 'throw out'
British English: throw out /θrəʊ aʊt/ VERB
When you throw out something that you do not want, you get rid of it.
- American English: throw out
- Arabic: يَقْذِفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: jogar fora
- Chinese: 抛弃
- Croatian: izbaciti
- Czech: vyhodit
- Danish: smide ud
- Dutch: weggooien
- European Spanish: tirar
- Finnish: heittää ulos
- French: jeter poubelle
- German: hinauswerfen
- Greek: πετάω έξω
- Italian: gettare via
- Japanese: 拒否する
- Korean: 버리다
- Norwegian: kaste ut
- Polish: wyrzucić
- European Portuguese: deitar fora
- Romanian: a da afară
- Russian: выбрасывать
- Spanish: echar
- Swedish: kasta ut
- Thai: โยนออกไป
- Turkish: atmak
- Ukrainian: викидати
- Vietnamese: từ bỏ
Definition of throw out from the Collins English Dictionary
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