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throw /θrou/
  • danh từ
    • sự ném, sự vứt, sự quăng, sự liệng
    • khoảng ném xa
    • (thể dục,thể thao) sự vật ngã, sự quăng xuống đất
    • (địa lý,địa chất) xê dịch của phay
    • ngoại động từ threw; thrown
      • ném, vứt, quăng, quẳng, liệng, lao
        • to throw oneself forwards: lao tới, xông tới trước
      • (thể dục,thể thao) vật ngã
        • to throw an opponent: vật ngã một địch thủ
      • (nghĩa bóng) ném vào, mang vào, đưa vào
        • to throw someone into an prison: bỏ ai vào tù
        • to throw all one's energies into an undertaking: đem hết sức mình vào một việc gì
        • to throw a look at: đưa mắt nhìn, lườm
        • to throw light on a matter: soi sáng (nêu rõ) một vấn đề
      • (nghĩa bóng) làm cho rơi vào, bỗng đẩy vào (một tình trạng)
        • to throw the crowd into disorder: làm cho đám đông rối loạn
        • to be thrown upon: thuộc về, rôi vào đầu (ai) trách nhiệm, công việc)
      • lột (da); thay (lông)
        • the snake throws its skin: rắn lột da
        • the bird throws its feather: chim thay lông
      • đẻ (thỏ, chim bồ câu...)
      • xe (tơ)
      • nắn hình, trau (đồ gốm trên bàn quay)
      • nội động từ
        • ném, quăng
        • chơi súc sắc
        • to throw about
          • quẳng chỗ này chỗ nọ, vứt bừa bãi, vung phí
        • to throw one's money about: xài phí tiền bạc
        • to throw aside
          • quẳng ra một bên, ném ra một bên
        • to throw away
          • ném đi, vứt đi, liệng đi, bỏ rơi vãi
        • to throw away a card: vứt con bài xấu
        • to throw away a chance: bỏ qua một cơ hội
        • to throw away one's life: bỏ phí cuộc đời, hy sinh cuộc đời một cách vô ích
        • it was throwing words away: chỉ uổng lời
        • advice is thrown away on him: khuyên hắn chỉ phí lời
        • she threw herself away on a scoundrel: cô ta lấy một tên vô lại thật là phí cả cuộc đời
        • to throw back
          • ném lại, quăng trở lại; đẩy lùi; phản chiếu, phản xạ
        • to throw back a part of light: phản chiếu lại một phần ánh sáng
        • (sinh vật học) lại giống
        • to throw by
          • để lại, bỏ lại, gạt ra
        • to throw in
          • ném vào, vứt vào; xen vào; thêm
        • to throw oneself in: bắt tay vào, lao mình vào
        • to throw off
          • ném đi, quăng đi; phun ra; bỏ, bỏ đi
        • to throw off one's pursuers: bỏ (thoát khỏi) những kẻ đuổi theo
        • to throw off an epigram: đưa ra một bài thơ trào phúng
        • thả (chó săn)
        • (nghĩa bóng) bắt đầu, khởi sự
        • làm cho trật bánh (xe lửa)
        • cởi (quần áo)
        • to throw out
          • ném ra, quăng ra; đuổi ra, đẩy ra; phóng ra, phát ra
        • to throw out one's chest: ưỡn ngực ra
        • to throw out a challenge: thách đấu
        • đem toàn sức, bắt tay ào
        • vượt, át; phá ngang
        • văng (lời thoá mạ)
        • phủ nhận, bác (một đạo luật)
        • đâm (rễ)
        • to throw over
          • rời bỏ
        • to throw together
          • hợp lại, tập trung lại, tụ họp lại
        • to throw up
          • (y học) thổ ra, nôn ra
        • kéo lên (mành mành...)
        • bỏ, thôi (việc)
          • to throw up one's eyes: trợn mắt lên (sợ hãi)
        • to throw in one's lot with someone
          • cùng chia sẻ số phận với ai
        • to throw oneself down
          • nằm vật xuống
        • to throw oneself on (upon)
          • phó mặc cho
        • to throw oneself on the mercy of the court: phó mặc cho toà xét xử
        • to throw open
          • mở to, mở tung, mở mạnh; (nghĩa bóng) mở cửa, để mặc
        • to throw open the door to abuses: mặc cho tha hồ nhung lạm
        • to throw up the sponge
          • chịu thua (đánh quyền Anh...)
      Concise Dictionary
      +the act of throwing (propelling something through the air with a rapid movement of the arm and wrist)
      +a single chance or instance
      +the maximum movement available to a pivoted or reciprocating piece by a cam
      +bedclothes consisting of a lightweight cloth covering (an afghan or bedspread) that is casually thrown over something
      +casting an object in order to determine an outcome randomly
      +project through the air
      +move violently, energetically, or carelessly
      +get rid of
      +place or put with great energy
      +convey or communicate; of a smile, a look, a physical gesture
      +cause to go on or to be engaged or set in operation
      +put or send forth
      +to put into a state or activity hastily, suddenly, or carelessly
      +cause to be confused emotionally
      +utter with force; utter vehemently
      +organize or be responsible for
      +make on a potter's wheel
      +cause to fall off
      +throw (a die) out onto a flat surface
      +be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      1 toss, cast, hurl, fling, sling, pitch, dash, propel, project, shy, bowl, send, launch, Colloq chuck:
      He threw the ball to the batter with all his might.
      2 cast, shed, project:
      I was hoping you might throw some light on the subject. Coming events throw their shadow before them.
      3 throw or bring down, floor, fell, knock down or over, overthrow, upset, overturn:
      He threw the vase on the floor.
      4 dismay, confound, confuse, dumbfound or dumfound, baffle, disconcert, unnerve, throw off or out, unsettle, put off, put (someone) off his or her or their stride or pace or stroke, Colloq discombobulate:
      Her frank questions about my private life really threw me.
      5 throw away. a discard, cast off, dispose of, jettison, get rid of, scrap, throw out, dispense with, Colloq dump, trash, chuck out, Slang ditch:
      He is a hoarder, refusing to throw anything away.
      (b) waste, squander, lose, forgo, fritter away, fail to exploit or take advantage of, Slang blow:
      He threw away his last chance for a decent life when he left her.
      6 throw off.
      (a) eject, expel, emit, throw up or out:
      The volcano throws off rocks every so often.
      (b) shake off, rid or free (oneself) of, get rid of, reject, renounce, repudiate:
      He finally managed to throw off his mother's pernicious influence.
      (c) deceive, mislead, decoy, misguide, misdirect, distract, divert, bewilder, confound, confuse, Colloq flummox, bamboozle:
      He doubled back to throw the dogs off.
      (d) See 4, above.
      7 throw out.
      (a) radiate, emit, send forth, give out or off, diffuse, put out or forth, disseminate:
      The substance throws out a greenish light.
      (b) expel, eject, force out, evict, Colloq Brit turf out, Slang bounce:
      Henry was thrown out of the pub for rowdy behaviour.
      (c) See 5 (a), above.
      (d) See 6 (a), above.
      8 throw over. jilt, leave, abandon, desert, forsake, break or split up with, Colloq walk out on, chuck, drop:
      She was heartbroken when he threw her over and married her sister.
      9 throw up.
      (a) vomit, spit up, puke, spew up, be sick; regurgitate, disgorge, Colloq heave (up):
      He felt as if he was going to throw up.
      (b) abandon, quit, leave, throw over, give up, relinquish, resign, renounce, Colloq chuck:
      He threw up a perfectly good job to go and live on a boat.
      (c) reveal, bring out or up, bring to the surface or the top, bring forward or forth, bring to light or to notice:
      Their treachery was thrown up in high relief by the events that followed.
      (d) throw or slap or knock together, jerry-build:
      The house was thrown up overnight - and it looks like it.
      (e) See 6 (a), above.
      1 push, shove, drive, force, impel, ram, jam, butt, propel, prod, urge, press; shoulder, jostle, elbow:
      A stranger thrust this note into my hand. She thrust her way through the crowd.
      2 stab, plunge, stick, jab, poke; lunge:
      He thrust the dagger into the man's back. She thrust at me with an ice pick.
      3 Usually, thrust upon. press (upon or on), impose (upon or on), force (upon or on), urge (upon or on):
      They were willing to help, but rather thought the problem had been thrust upon them.
      4 shove, push, drive, lunge, poke, prod, stab:
      He depended on his agility to avoid the thrusts of the rapier.
      5 propulsion, force, power, energy:
      The thrust of the photon engines drives the space ship at nearly the speed of light.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      verb, noun
      + verb
      (threw )
      with hand
      1 to send sth from your hand through the air by moving your hand or arm quickly: [VN] Stop throwing stones at the window! + She threw the ball up and caught it again. + Don't throw it to him, give it to him! + [VNN] Can you throw me that towel? + [V] They had a competition to see who could throw the furthest.
      put carelessly
      2 [VN +adv./prep.] to put sth in a particular place quickly and carelessly: Just throw your bag down over there. + Don't throw litter on the ground.
      move with force
      3 [+adv./prep.] to move sth suddenly and forcefully: [VN] The boat was thrown onto the rocks. + The sea throws up all sorts of debris on the beach. + [VN-ADJ] I threw open the windows to let the smoke out.
      part of body
      4 [VN] to move your body or part of it quickly or suddenly: He threw back his head and roared with laughter. + I ran up and threw my arms around him. + Jenny threw herself onto the bed.
      make sb fall
      5 [VN] to make sb fall quickly or violently to the ground: Two riders were thrown (= off their horses) in the second race.
      into particular state
      6 [VN +adv./prep.] [usually passive] to make sb/sth be in a particular state: Hundreds were thrown out of work. + We were thrown into confusion by the news. + The problem was suddenly thrown into sharp focus.
      direct sth at sb / sth
      7 [VN] to direct sth at sb/sth: to throw doubt on the verdict + to throw the blame on someone + to throw threats / insults / accusations at someone + He threw the question back at me (= expected me to answer it myself).
      8 [VN] ~ sb (off) (informal) to make sb feel upset, confused, or surprised: The news of her death really threw me. + The speaker was completely thrown off by the interruption.
      9 [VN] to roll a DICE or let it fall after shaking it; to obtain a particular number in this way: Throw the dice! + He threw three sixes in a row.
      clay pot
      10 [VN] (technical) to make a clay pot, dish, etc. on a POTTER'S wheel: a hand-thrown vase
      light / shade
      11 [VN] (written) to send light or shade onto sth: The trees threw long shadows across the lawn.
      your voice
      12 [VN] ~ your voice to make your voice sound as if it is coming from another person or place
      a punch
      13 [VN] ~ a punch to hit sb with your FIST
      switch / handle
      14 [VN] to move a switch, handle, etc. to operate sth
      bad temper
      15 [VN] to have a sudden period of bad temper, violent emotion, etc: She'll throw a fit if she finds out. + Children often throw tantrums at this age.
      a party
      16 [VN] ~ a party (informal) to give a party
      in sports / competitions
      17 [VN] (informal) to deliberately lose a game or contest that you should have won: He was accused of having thrown the game.
      Idioms: Idioms containing throw are at the entries for the nouns and adjectives in the idioms, for example throw your hat into the ring is at hat.
      Phrasal Verbs: throw sth<->aside to reject sth such as an attitude, a way of life, etc.
      throw yourself at sth/sb
      1 to rush violently at sth/sb
      2 (informal, disapproving) (usually of a woman) to be too enthusiastic in trying to attract a sexual partner
      throw sth<->away
      1 (also throw sth<->out) to get rid of sth that you no longer want: I don't need that-you can throw it away. + That old chair should be thrown away.
      2 to fail to make use of sth; to waste sth: to throw away an opportunity / advantage + You must take the exam-you can't throw away all that work!
      See also - THROWAWAY
      throw sth back at sb to remind sb of sth they have said or done in the past, especially to upset or annoy them: His unwise remark was frequently thrown back at him by his colleagues.
      throw sb back on sth [usually passive] to force sb to rely on sth because nothing else is available: There was no TV so we were thrown back on our own resources (= had to entertain ourselves).
      throw sth<->in
      1 to include sth with what you are selling or offering, without increasing the price: You can have the piano for $200, and I'll throw in the stool as well.
      2 to add a remark to a conversation: Jack threw in the odd encouraging comment.
      throw yourself / sth into sth to begin to do sth with energy and enthusiasm
      throw sth/sb<->off
      1 to manage to get rid of sth/sb that is making you suffer, annoying you, etc: to throw off a cold / your worries / your pursuers
      2 to take off a piece of clothing quickly and carelessly: She entered the room and threw off her wet coat.
      throw sth<->on to put on a piece of clothing quickly and carelessly: She just threw on the first skirt she found.
      throw sth<->open (to sb)
      1 to allow people to enter or visit a place where they could not go before
      2 to allow people to discuss sth, take part in a competition, etc: The debate will be thrown open to the audience. + The organizers are throwing the contest open to under 21s for the first time.
      throw sb<->out (of ...) to force sb to leave a place: You'll be thrown out if you don't pay the rent.
      throw sth<->out
      1 to say sth in a way that suggests you have not given it a lot of thought: to throw out a hint / a suggestion / an idea
      2 to decide not to accept a proposal, an idea, etc.
      3 = THROW STH AWAY
      4 to produce smoke, light, heat, etc: a small fire that threw out a lot of heat
      5 to confuse sth or make it wrong: Our calculations of the cost of our trip were thrown out by changes in the exchange rate.
      throw sb over (old-fashioned) to stop being friends with sb or having a romantic relationship with them
      throw sb<->together [often passive] to bring people into contact with each other, often unexpectedly: Fate had thrown them together.
      throw sth<->together to make or produce sth in a hurry: I threw together a quick meal.
      throw up to VOMIT: The smell made me want to throw up.
      throw sth<->up
      1 to VOMIT food: The baby's thrown up her dinner.
      2 to make people notice sth: Her research has thrown up some interesting facts.
      3 to build sth suddenly or in a hurry: They're throwing up new housing estates all over the place.
      4 to leave your job: to throw up your job / career
      + noun
      1 the act of throwing sth, especially a ball or DICE: a well-aimed throw + It's your throw (= it's your turn to throw the dice). + He threw me to the ground with a judo throw.
      2 the distance which sth is thrown: a javelin throw of 57 metres
      3 a loose fabric cover that can be thrown over a SOFA, etc.
      Idioms: $100, £40, etc. a throw (informal) used to say how much items cost each: The tickets for the dinner were £40 a throw.
      more at STONE n.
      Collocation Dictionary


      angrily | casually
      He threw the keys casually down on the table.
      | aside, away, back, down, out
      She threw her head back and laughed.

      VERB + THROW

      be ready to, be tempted to, want to | threaten to
      He threatened to throw her in the river if she screamed.
      | be going to


      He threw a stone at the window.
      | in/into
      I just wanted to throw myself into his arms and cry.
      | to
      She threw the ball to him.
      | towards


      throw sth open
      He threw the double doors open in a dramatic gesture.

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