throw#in

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English - Turkish
ilave et
throw
{f} fırlatmak
throw up
kusmak

Midem bulanıyor. Kusmak istiyorum. - I feel very sick. I want to throw up.

throw
atmak

Pencereden dışarı bir şeyler atmak yasaktır. - It is forbidden to throw things out of the window.

Keşke eşyaları bana atmaktan vazgeçsen. - I wish you'd quit throwing things at me.

throw
{i} atış

Tom Mary'nin taşları suya atışını izledi. - Tom watched Mary throwing rocks into the water.

throw
{f} düşürmek
throw away
atmak
throw
{i} fırlatma

Ona taş fırlatmamasını söyledim. - I told him not to throw stones.

O taşı fırlatmanın amacı nedir? - What's the idea of throwing that stone?

throw away
boşa harcamak
throw
{i} atma

Tom'un diğer çocuklara taş atmayacak kadar aklı var. - Tom knows better than to throw rocks at the other children.

Bu dergiyi atma. Ben henüz okumadım. - Don't throw away this magazine. I haven't read it yet.

throw away
Çöpe atmak
throw sand in the gears
(Ev ile ilgili) Aksatmak, yavaşlamasına neden olmak
throw
içine kat
throw a party
parti vermek
throw away
(Dilbilim) başından savmak
throw away
ziyan etmek
throw away
(Dilbilim) başından atmak
throw away
k.dili. israf etmek
throw down
yere atmak
throw down
altına almak
throw in
{k} -i katmak, -i eklemek, -i ilave etmek. throw in one's lot with k.dili. -e katılmak: He decided to throw in his lot with their party. Onların partisine katılmaya karar verdi
throw in the towel
havlu atmak
throw light on
(deyim) ışık tutmak
throw out
fırlatıp atmak
throw out
dışarı atmak
throw up
vazgeçmek
throw up
k.dili. kusmak
throw
kaçırmak
throw
karıştırmak
throw
atlı
throw
yöneltmek
throw
uzatıvermek
throw
saçmak
throw
tas atmak
throw a fit
çılgına dönmek
throw away
kaçırmak
throw away
atmak (istenilmeyen bir şeyi)
throw away
(Dilbilim) çevresinden uzaklaştırmak
throw away
çarçur etmek
throw dirt enough, and some will stick
(deyim) çamur at izi kalsın
throw down
(Spor) smaç yapmak
throw down the gauntlet
(Tarih) düelloya davet etmek
throw in
ilave etmek
throw in the towel
yenilgiyi kabul etmek
throw light on
aydınlatmak
throw light on
bir konuyu aydınlatmak
throw mud
Çamur atmak
throw off
vazgeçmek
throw off
üzerinden atmak
throw on
giysiyi giyivermek
throw out
rahatlıkla söyleyivermek
throw out
(Dilbilim) çevresinden uzaklaştırmak
throw out
(Dilbilim) başından savmak
throw out
kapı dışarı etmek
throw out
atmak (bir yerden)
throw out
(Dilbilim) başından atmak
throw out
ortaya atmak
throw over
ile ilişkisini kesmek
throw up
aceleyle inşa etmek
throw up
yetiştirmek
throw up
kaldırıvermek (penceye vb)
throw up
gelişigüzel yapmak (binayı)
throw up to
yüzüne vurmak (hatasını)
throw up to
yüzüne çarpmak
throw
düzenlemek
throw
(parti/yemek/vb.) vermek
throw
{f} at
throw
şok etmek
throw
şaşkına çevirmek
throw
afallatmak
throw a fit
nöbeti tut
throw a fit
tepesi atmak
throw a monkey wrench in the works
işi bozmak
throw a sop to
önüne kemik atmak
throw a spanner in the works
ortaya bir balgam atmak
throw about
dağıtmak
throw about
saçmak
throw away
kaçır

Güzel bir fırsatı kaçırma. - Don't throw away a good opportunity.

throw away
vazgeçmek
throw back
geciktirmek
throw back
aksettirmek
throw back
geri atmak
throw back
aksatmak
throw cold water
pişmiş aşa soğuk su katmak
throw down the gauntlet
hodri meydan demek
throw dust in one's eyes
aldatmak
throw dust in one's eyes
gerçeği gizlemek
throw for a loop
eşekten düşmüş karpuza döndürmek
throw in
bedavadan katmak
throw in
verginsiz sağlamak
throw in
ilave et
throw in one's lot with sb
kader birliği etmek
throw in the towel
yenildiğini kabul etmek
throw light upon
ışık tutmak
throw light upon
aydınlatmak
throw mud at
çamur atmak
throw off
üstünden atmak
throw off
kurtulmak
throw off
üstünden at
throw on
üzerine giyivermek
throw one's cap over the windmill
hayal kurmak
throw one's hat into the ring
yarışa girmek
throw one's hat into the ring
hodri meydan demek
throw one's weight about
ağırlığını koymak
throw one's weight around
cart curt etmek
throw oneself
özünü bir yere atmak
throw oneself
şığımak
throw oneself at sb's feet
birinin kulu kölesi olmak
throw out
reddet
throw out
ışık yaymak
throw out
reddetmek
throw out
reddetmek (tasarı)
throw out
kovmak
throw out of gear
debriyaj yapmak
throw out the bill
yasa tasarısını reddetmek
throw over
vazgeç
throw over
vazgeçmek
throw over
ayrılmak
throw over switch
yön değiştirici
throw overboard
başından at
throw to the wolves
kurban etmek
throw together
uyduruvermek
throw together
biraraya getirmek
throw up
ayrılmak
throw up
bırakmak
throw up
durdur
throw up a job
işini bırakmak
throw up a job
istifa etmek
throw up the sponge
havlu atmak
throw up the sponge
pes demek
The people who live in glass houses should not throw stone
(Atasözü) Evin kristaldense başkasının camına taş atma!
throw a curve
bir eğri atmak
throw a dinner
bir akşam yemeği atmak
throw a monkey wrench in the works
k. dili bir halt edip işi bozmak, işin içine etmek
throw a sprat to catch a mackerel
kaz gelecek yerden tavuk esirgememek
throw a tantrum
Bir aksilik atmak
throw a vehicle into gear
arabanın motorunu vitese almak: Throw her into second! İkinciye al!
throw across
genelinde atmak
throw around
etrafında atmak
throw away
israf etmek
throw away
(bir fırsatı) boş vererek değerlendirmemek
throw away
(istenilmeyen bir şeyi) atmak
throw away
throw sth away bir şeyi atmak, çöpe. throw sbd away birini kapı dışarı etmek
throw away;
atmak
throw caution to the wind
bilerek riske atmak
throw cold water
pişmiş asa soğuk su katmak
throw cold water on
şevkini kırmak
throw down the gauntlet
(deyim) Meydan okumak
throw dust in the eyes of
gözünde toz atmak
throw for
için atmak
throw in
k. dili -i katmak, -i eklemek, -i ilave etmek
throw in one´s lot with
k. dili -e katılmak: He decided to throw in his lot with their party. Onların partisine katılmaya karar verdi
throw in the towel
(deyim) Havlu atmak, yenilgiyi kabullenmek, pes demek
throw in the towel/sponge
k. dili (bir işten) vazgeçmek; pes demek
throw in towel
(deyim) Havlu atmak
throw in with
(deyim) ile birlik olmak, işbirliği yapmak
throw in/up the sponge/towel
havlu atmak
throw into gear
vites atmak
throw into so.'s face
içine kadar atmayın. 'yüz
throw light
aydınlatmak
throw off st.
st kurtulmak
throw one's weight about/around
ağırlığını koymak, istediğini yaptırmaya/lafını geçirmeye çalışmak
throw ones weight about
Gücünü hissettirmek
throw oneself
atılmak
throw oneself at sb's feet
kulu kölesi olmak
throw one´s hat into the ring
(politikada) yarışa girmek
throw out a sprat to catch a mackerel
(Atasözü) Kaz gelecek yerden tavuk esirgenmez
throw party
atmak parti
throw pillow
yastık atma
throw s.o. into a panic/tizzy
k. dili birini telaşa düşürmek
throw sb a curve
ters köşe yapmak
throw sb for a loop
birini eşekten düşmüş karpuza döndürmek
throw sb to the wolves
birini kurban etmek
throw someone under the bus
(deyim) Kötü bir olayın sebebini, sorumluluğunu birisine yükleme; günah keçisi ilan etme
throw something away
Birşeyi atmak/fırlatmak
throw st. in
st atmak. içinde
throw support
Desteklemek, destek vermek, arka çıkmak

The opposition party leaders throw support behind the campaigners.".

throw the baby out with the bathwater
(deyim) Bir şeyi biraz kusuru var diye gözden çıkarmak
throw the baby out with the bathwater
(deyim) Pire için yorgan yakmak
throw the ball
topu at
throw under the bus
(deyim) Kötü bir olayın sebebini, sorumluluğunu birisine yükleme; günah keçisi ilan etme
English - English

Definition of throw#in in English English dictionary

throw
To subject someone to verbally
throw
To move to another position; to displace

throw the switch.

throw
To lift the opponent off the ground and bring him back down, especially into a position behind the thrower
throw
To discard
throw
To organize an event, especially a party

Should you be interested, for whatever reason, it will tell you how to throw a party for your 40-year-old husband or your 100-year-old great-grandmother. It also describes games that can be played at various kinds of parties.

throw
To change in order to give the illusion that the voice is that of someone else
throw
To cause a certain number on the die or dice to be shown after rolling it

The kings came to the agreement between themselves that they would cast lots by the dice to determine who should have this property, and that he who threw the highest should have the district. The Swedish king threw two sixes, and said King Olaf need scarcely throw.

throw
A period of time; a while

Downe himselfe he layd / Vpon the grassie ground, to sleepe a throw; / The cold earth was his couch, the hard steele his pillow.

throw
A single instance, occurrence, venture, or chance

Football tickets are expensive at fifty bucks a throw.

throw
The act of giving birth in animals, especially in cows
throw
To send (an error) to an exception-handling mechanism in order to interrupt normal processing

If the file is read-only, the method throws an invalid operation exception.

throw
To confuse or mislead

Jann, why does he hate me so much? That question threw me. I was expecting a lunatic yelling profanities.

throw
Of a bowler, to deliver (the ball) illegally by straightening the bowling arm during delivery
throw
A piece of fabric used to cover a bed, sofa or other soft furnishing
throw
Pain, especially pain associated with childbirth; throe
throw
A moment, time, occasion
throw
To roll (a die or dice)

The kings came to the agreement between themselves that they would cast lots by the dice to determine who should have this property, and that he who threw the highest should have the district. The Swedish king threw two sixes, and said King Olaf need scarcely throw.

throw
to intentionally lose a game

The tennis player was accused of taking bribes to throw the match.

throw
To show sudden emotion, especially anger

Bill runs into the kitchen and tells Dad that Erik is throwing a tantrum. He tells Bill to go back and watch his program and to ignore his brother. Fifteen minutes later, Erik is still screaming.

throw
To eject or cause to fall off

the horse threw its rider.

throw
To cause an object to move rapidly through the air
throw
The flight of a thrown object; as, a fast throw
throw
To make (a pot) by shaping clay as it turns on a wheel
throw
To imprison

The plot of Felix was quickly discovered, and De Lacey and Agatha were thrown into prison.

throw
To send desperately
throw
A distance travelled; displacement; as, the throw of the piston
throw
To give birth to

At the end of the normal gestation period the cow threw two calf mummies as large as cats.

throw a fit
To become angry, enraged, or upset; to act or react with an outburst, as by shouting, swearing, etc

I'd love to stay later, but my mother will throw a fit if I'm not home by 10.

throw a sickie
To take a day off from work, supposedly because of ill health. The illness could be either real or feigned
throw a spanner in the works
To be a problem, dilemma or obstacle, something unexpected or troublesome

Half way through the production of Macbeth, the director found that the stage was smaller than he expected. This really threw a spanner in the works.

throw a tantrum
To have a temper tantrum, to display a fit of childish anger
throw a wobbly
To burst out into a verbal uproar
throw an eye
To glance; peep

He threw an odd eye at the same time now and then at Stephen's anything but immaculately attired interlocutor as if he had seen that nobleman somewhere or other though where he was not in a position to truthfully state nor had he the remotest idea when.

throw away
To waste, to squander

Mama, life has just begun. / But now I've gone and thrown it all away.

throw away
To discard (trash, garbage, or the like), to toss out, to put in the trash, to dispose of

Don't throw the newspaper away, it goes in the recycle bin!.

throw away the key
To never release someone (eg, from prison)

The should just lock them up and throw away the key.

throw back
to hinder the development of something
throw back
to throw something back (such as a fish that has been caught for sport)
throw back
to revert to an earlier stage of development
throw caution to the wind
To do something despite the risks

For such a long time.

throw cold water on
To belittle or dismiss; to cast doubt upon; to debunk

Sports economists tend to throw cold water on such studies, saying they often rely on unreliable or exaggerated data.

throw dirt
To fling dust or similar
throw dirt
To make derogatory or malicious allegations, particularly about people in public life

The editors condemned the claims of one of the board members, that he was acting in full accord with the Forward was preaching, as an attempt to discredit the paper's principled opposition to the war, and characterized his plea as an effort to throw dirt upon the entire East Side..

throw dirt enough, and some will stick
If enough allegations are made about someone or something, then even if they are all untrue, people's opinion of the person or thing will be diminished

Archbishop Whately used to say ‘Throw dirt enough, and some will stick;' well, will stick, but not, will stain. I think he used to mean ‘stain,' and I do not agree with him.

throw down
to cause something one is holding to drop, often forcefully

The soldiers threw down their weapons and surrendered.

throw down
to make an individual contribution to a group effort (eg. money pool, collaborative record album)

We're goin' in on a pizza; you in? Yea, I'll throw down..

throw down
to accomplish or produce something in a grand, respectable, or successful manner; to "represent"

she wouldn't mind marrying a man with some serious bank and able to sho-nuf throw-down in the bedroom!.

throw down
to fight, incite to fight, or approach with the intent to fight; to make a stand

The time has come. I'm ready to take action. I wanna kick ass and take names later. I wanna throw down, baby boy and baby girl.

throw down
to produce or perform (something) admirably or forcefully

Punch up the rhymes. Throw down some beats. Show off that body. You'll be unstoppable.”.

throw down one's tools
To go on strike
throw down the gauntlet
To issue a challenge

The competing firm threw down the gauntlet by offering a faster product at a lower price.

throw enough mud at the wall and some of it will stick
Try the same thing (or similar things) often enough, and, even if the general standard is poor, sometimes one will be successful

Believe the planners worked on the principle of throw enough mud at the wall, and some of it will stick.

throw enough mud at the wall and some of it will stick
If enough (perhaps false or reckless) accusations are made against someone, his reputation will suffer, whether or not this is deserved

Word of advice NVUS time to distance yourself from LuukH as quickly as possible and dish some dirt, otherwise well the saying goes - throw enough mud at the wall and some of it will stick.

throw enough mud at the wall, some of it will stick
If enough (perhaps false or reckless) accusations are made against a person (or organisation), his reputation will suffer, whether or not this is deserved

Perhaps If you stuff both of them into a sack and beat on it, you'll always hit the right one! is a bit like our If you throw enough mud at the wall, some of it will stick. If you attack something enough, then something is bound to take effect (although the mud and the wall one is generally about a person's reputation).

throw enough mud at the wall, some of it will stick
Try the same thing (or similar things) often enough, and, even if the general standard is poor, sometimes one will be successful

There used to be a saying that if you throw enough mud at the wall some of it will stick. Be enthusiastic and you will always sell.

throw for a loop
to confuse or disorient; to throw off; to mix up

The detour threw me for a loop and I arrived late for work.

throw in
Alternative spelling of throw-in
throw in
To add something extra free of charge

If you take the large size, we'll throw in a set of tea towels.

throw in at the deep end
to introduce a person to a new situation without adequately preparing him or her
throw in the bark
To administer quinine

An emetic was prescribed, a perspiration broke out, and I now, with an air of confidence, began to throw in the bark, quite sanguine in my expectations of soon checking this formidable disease.

throw in the towel
to quit; to give up
throw in with
To commit to something with; to partner with
throw money away
To spend money foolishly or indiscriminately; to waste money without regard of the consequences

The young boy liked to throw money away at the video arcade and candy store.

throw off
To confuse; especially, to lose a pursuer

I never saw her without glasses before, so it threw me off when she got contact lenses.

throw off
To introduce errors or inaccuracies; to skew

The dirt in the apparatus threw off the results.

throw off balance
To unsettle, to catch by surprise
throw off the trail
To misguide
throw one's cap over the windmill
to act in a crazed manner
throw one's hat in the ring
To announce one's candidacy in a contest

At that time her chances had been excellent. But then two other people had thrown their hats in the ring, Joan Voller and Sidney Hamilton, and both of them were colleagues on State Executive.

throw one's hat into the ring
Alternative form of throw one's hat in the ring
throw one's hat over the windmill
Alternative form of throw one's cap over the windmill
throw one's toys out of the pram
to lose one's temper; to throw a tantrum
throw one's weight around
: To exercise influence or authority especially to an excessive degree or in an objectionable manner

Jim was a tyrant who threw his weight around when it came to punishing his students.

throw out
To offer an idea for consideration

Let me throw this out there – how about if we make the igloo out of butter? Would that work?.

throw out
To dismiss or expel someone from any longer performing duty or attending somewhere

The ushers threw the woman out of the auditorium, because she kept shouting out insults to the guest of honor when he made his speech.

throw out
To discard; to dispense with something; to throw away

They decided to throw out the idea because it would have been too expensive.

throw pillow
a small pillow, especially one placed on a chair rather than a bed, for decoration rather than comfort
throw pillows
plural form of throw pillow
throw rug
A scatter rug
throw shapes
To dance
throw shapes
To act tough or put up a front. For example, to threaten a person by making "karate chops" at them, without actually doing harm or knowing karate
throw signs
To make an gestural display from a distance of group affiliation, especially with a gang

Wearing certain types of jewelry and throwing signs can lead to tragic misidentification as a gang member.

throw smoke
To consistently pitch fastballs that are difficult to hit

He has been throwing smoke all game.

throw somebody a curve
To surprise; to introduce something unexpected or requiring a quick reaction or correction

He really threw me a curve when he asked me a personal question at work.

throw the baby out with the bathwater
To discard something valuable, often inadvertently, in the process of removing waste

They cancelled the entire project because the new management didn't like the prototype, but I think they threw the baby out with the bathwater.

throw the book at
To charge with or convict of as many crimes as possible
throw the book at
To apply the harshest possible punishment to
throw to the dogs
To give up on something valuable

Let's hope it will not throw to the dogs its new-found opportunity for winning back public favor and respect.

throw to the dogs
To remove or cast out someone or something out of one's protection, such as into the streets
throw to the dogs
To throw away useless

Throw physic to the dogs; I'll none of it.

throw to the wind
To discard or dispense with, especially in an abrupt or reckless manner

There are men in the Bible whom God condemns for wasting their talent, for throwing it to the wind.

throw to the wolves
To remove or cast out someone or something out of one's protection, such as onto the streets, especially towards predators
throw to the wolves
To sacrifice someone, especially in an attempt to save oneself
throw true
to inherit a characteristic
throw under the bus
To betray or blame; as a scapegoat or otherwise for personal gain

I got thrown under the bus by BAE, she says. They did not want to take responsibility, so they pointed at us..

throw under the bus
To discard or disown

A recent magazine article discussed the need to throw under the bus worn-out cultural catchphrases, with the first being “throw under the bus.”.

throw up
To display a gang sign using the hands

Why don't you go on and throw up ya gang sign. Represent your hood, homey?.

throw up
Vomit
throw up
To vomit

That cat is always throwing up hairballs.

throw up
To erect, particularly hastily

The deal was that if anyone started catching feelings, he could throw up a stop sign and the other would honor it.

throw up one's hands
To cease an attempt because it is perceived as doomed

So to us, the question isn't just Does Vista suck? but Does Vista suck enough that businesses of any size should simply throw up their hands and migrate over to something else?.

throw-away
a flyer
throw-away
any printed material that need not be kept after being read
throw-away
designed to be thrown away
throw-down
A fight or brawl; or, a challenge or incitement to fight

: Don’t think you’re getting away with the staying-out-all-night thing. There’s gonna be a throw-down when I get home!.

throw-down
A weapon planted at a crime scene in order to mislead investigation
throw-in
A throw of the ball back into play by the boundary umpire. The umpire faces away from the players and throws it in over his or her shoulder (so as to clearly not favour either side by where exactly it's thrown)
throw-in
A set-piece where the ball is thrown back into play
throw-in
the start time of a Gaelic football match, comparable to kick off in other games
throw-out
A discard, rejection
throw-out
An overarm throw of the ball from a goalkeeper
throw-out
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throw-up
Alternative spelling of throw up
throw up
If something throws up dust, stones, or water, when it moves or hits the ground, it causes them to rise up into the air. If it had hit the Earth, it would have made a crater 100 miles across and thrown up an immense cloud of dust
throw up
vomit; remove from being among; give up; build rapidly
throw up
When someone throws up, they vomit. She said she had thrown up after reading reports of the trial
throw mud
Try to make other people have a low opinion of them by saying unpleasant things about them
throw the rascals out
An old US phrase that often reemerges around election time. It is based on the strategy that whoever has been in power has been corrupted, and we should just throw them out and put in a new lot
throw
{v} to fling, cast, toss, drive, turn, twist, reject, repose
throw
{n} a cast, stroke, hit, fall, effort, sally, space
Throw a wobbly
(deyim) 1. become angry; have a tantrum; make a scene; 2. (of a machine, etc.) fail to function properly; break down
throw a curve
(deyim) (slang, informal) Mislead or deceive someone; to lie. "John threw me a curve about the hiring."
throw a curve
(deyim) Take someone by surprise in an unpleasant way. "Mr. Weiner's announcement threw the whole company a curve."
throw caution to the winds
Be daring; make a bold or risky move. "Hearing that Apaches were planning to start a war, the whites decided to throw caution to the winds and attack the Apaches first."
throw in the towel
(deyim) to admit defeat or failure
throw someone for a loop
Surprise or astonish someone
throw someone off the scent
(deyim) If you throw someone off the scent, you give them false or confusing information to try to stop them discovering something Usage notes: A scent is a smell produced by an animal which can act as a signal to other animals trying to find or follow it
throw someone under the bus
(deyim) Reject or betray (someone); to treat as a scapegoat; to put out of favor or at a disadvantage
throw the baby out with the bath
Reject all of something because part is faulty. "God knows that there are weaknesses in the program, but if they act too hastily they may cause the baby to be thrown out with the bathwater."
throw the baby out with the bathwater
(deyim) Discard something valuable along with other things that are undesirable
throw the baby out with the bathwater
(deyim) Reject all of something because part is faulty

God knows that there are weaknesses in the program, but if they act too hastily they may cause the baby to be thrown out with the bathwater.

throw under the bus
(deyim) Reject or betray (someone); to treat as a scapegoat; to put out of favor or at a disadvantage
throw#in

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ 'thrO ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English thrawen, throwen to cause to twist, throw, from Old English thrAwan to cause to twist or turn; akin to Old High German drAen to turn, Latin terere to rub, Greek tribein to rub, tetrainein to bore, pierce.

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