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throw sth out

phrasal verb with throw uk   us   /θrəʊ/ verb [T] (threw, thrown)
if a ​court or other ​authority throws out a ​claim, decision, ​plan, etc., it ​refuses to ​accept it: throw out a case/lawsuit/charge The ​case was thrown out of ​courtdue to ​lack of ​evidence. throw out a ​conviction/​verdict/decision The ​disciplinarycommittee threw out his ​appeal.
ENVIRONMENT to get rid of something you do not want any more: Much of the ​food that ​storesthrow out is still edible.
to ​produce something such as ​ideas or ​questions in large ​quantities: Members of the ​team threw out ​ideas.
(Definition of throw sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “throw sth out”
en chino (simplificado) 摆脱, 丢弃,扔掉…
en turco atmak, atıp kurtulmak, çöpe atmak…
en ruso выбрасывать…
en chino (tradicionál) 擺脫, 丟棄,扔掉…
en polaco wyrzucać coś…
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