throw

I
n.

1) (basketball) a free throw

2) (baseball) a wild throw

II
v.

1) (A) throw the ball to her; or: throw her the ball

2) (D; tr.) to throw across, over (to throw a ball over a fence)

3) (D; tr.) to throw at (he threw a stone at me)

4) (d; refl., tr.) to throw into (he threw himself into his work; they threw the body into the river)

5) (d; refl., tr.) to throw on (she threw herself on the mercy of the court; to throw light on a subject)

6) (d; tr.) to throw out of (they were thrown out of work)

7) (d; refl., tr.) to throw to (I threw myself to the ground)

8) (misc.) to throw smb. off balance

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[θrəʊ]
or: throw her the ball
over (to throw a ball over a fence)
(A) throw the ball to her
(D; tr.) to throw across
(baseball) a wild throw
(basketball) a freethrow
(misc.) to throw smb. off balance
(d; refl., tr.) to throw to (I threw myself to the ground)
(D; tr.) to throw at (he threw a stone at me)
(d; refl., tr.) to throw into (he threw himself into his work; they threw the body into the river)
(d; refl., tr.) to throw on (she threw herself on the mercy of the court; to throw light on a subject)
(d; tr.) to throw out of (they were thrown out of work)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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