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throw sth up

phrasal verb with throw uk   /θrəʊ/ us   verb [T] threw, thrown
to produce or show something such as an idea or fact: The meeting threw up some interesting ideas. Our market research threw up a few key facts.
UK informal to leave a job suddenly: He threw up his high-paid city job to move into the not-for-profit sector.
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“throw (sth) up” in British English

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