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Meaning of “chuck sth away/out” - Learner’s Dictionary

chuck sth away/out

informal phrasal verb with chuck     /tʃʌk/ verb [T] informal
to throw something away: I chucked out all my old clothes.Rubbish and wasteEnvironmental issues
Translations of “chuck sth away/out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 扔掉, 拋棄…
in Russian выбрасывать…
in Turkish uzaklara fırlatıp atmak, defetmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扔掉, 抛弃…
in Polish wyrzucać coś…
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