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"throw sth in" in British English

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throw sth in

phrasal verb with throw uk   /θrəʊ/  us   /θroʊ/ verb (threw, thrown)
If a ​person or ​businesssellinggoodsthrows something in, they ​provide it for ​free when you ​buy something ​else from them: When I ​bought my new ​glasses, they ​threw in a ​freepair of ​prescriptionsunglasses.
(Definition of throw sth in from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"throw sth in" in Business English

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throw sth in

phrasal verb with throw uk   us   /θrəʊ/ verb [T] (threw, thrown)
COMMERCE, MARKETING to give ​customers a ​freeproduct or ​service when they ​buy something: First-time ​customers get a 10% ​discount thrown in towards their next ​purchase.
(Definition of throw sth in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “throw sth in”
in Chinese (Simplified) 免费添加,额外奉送…
in Turkish fazladan/cabadan/eşantiyon olarak vermek, ekstradan vermek…
in Russian давать в придачу…
in Chinese (Traditional) 免費添加,額外奉送…
in Polish dorzucać coś…
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