Phrasal Verbs with THROW

throw in
to add a remark in a conversation
He threw in a sensible comment about funding.

throw in
to include something extra when selling something
They cut the price by $100 and threw in an adaptor.

throw away
to get rid of something that you do not want or need
I threw away my old magazines.

throw away
to spend money in a way that is not sensible
He threw away his life savings.

throw away
to waste a skill or opportunity
This could be your best chance of success. Don’t throw it away.

throw out
to get rid of something that you do not want or need
I have thrown out my old magazines.

throw out
to refuse to accept or consider something
The committee threw out the proposal.

throw out
to force somebody to leave a place
If you don’t pay the rent, they will throw you out.

throw up
to vomit
The horrible smell made me want to throw up.

throw into
to start doing an activity with a lot of effort and energy
He has thrown himself into his new job.

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