Synonyms of 'throw'
in the sense of fashion
to form, make, or shape
The desk was fashioned out of oak.
in the sense of fell
to knock down (a person), esp. in a fight
A blow on the head felled him.
in the sense of fling
to throw with force
The woman flung the cup at him.
in the sense of floor
to knock to the ground
He was floored twice in the second round.
in the sense of form
to make or construct or be made or constructed
The bowl was formed out of clay.
in the sense of gamble
a risky act or venture
the President's risky gamble in calling an election
in the sense of give
to host (a party)
That evening, I gave a dinner party for a few close friends.
in the sense of heave
to throw (something heavy) with effort
Heave a brick at the telly.
in the sense of host
to be the host of (a party, programme, or event)
They hosted a dinner for visiting dignitaries.
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