throw Определение в кембриджском словаре английского языка
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Определение "throw" в словаре английского

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throwverb

uk   /θrəʊ/  us   /θroʊ/ (threw, thrown)

throw verb (SEND THROUGH AIR)

A2 [I or T] to send something through the air with force, especially by a sudden movement of the arm: My friend threw the ball back over the fence. The coat was thrown over the back of the chair. She threw herself into a chair, exhausted. The rider was thrown as the horse jumped the fence. He threw a punch at (= hit) his attacker.throw a glance/look to look quickly or suddenly: The boy threw a frightened look in the direction of the house.
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throw verb (MOVE QUICKLY)

C2 [T] to cause to move or act quickly or carelessly: She threw back her hair.

throw verb (CONFUSE)

[T] to confuse or shock someone or cause difficulty for them: I wasn't expecting a visitor. I was really thrown. The news of the coup threw them into a state of panic.

throw verb (OPEN)

throw sth open to open something that was closed, usually suddenly and completely: She drew back the curtains and threw open all the windows. to allow people to enter or become involved in an event: The competition has been thrown open to the public.

throw verb (PARTY)

throw a party to have a party: Flavio threw a party for Colin's 50th birthday.

throw verb (ANGER)

throw a fit/tantrum to experience and show a strong feeling of anger, especially suddenly: My mother threw a fit when she saw what a mess we'd made of her kitchen.

throw verb (SHAPE)

[T] specialized art to shape clay on a special round table that spins

thrownoun

uk   /θrəʊ/  us   /θroʊ/

throw noun (THROWING)

[C] an act of throwing something: a throw of the dice

throw noun (EACH)

a throw [S] informal used to mean each thing or for each time: We could get a coffee in there but they charge two quid a throw.

throw noun (COVER)

[C] a large piece of cloth that you use to cover a chair, sofa, etc. to make it look attractive: A throw can protect a new sofa or enhance the appearance of an old, tired one.
Переводы “throw”
на арабский يَرمي…
на корейский 던지다…
in Malaysian membalingkan, mencampakkan, membingungkan…
на французский jeter, lancer, désarçonner…
на турецкий atmak, fırlatmak, afallatmak…
на итальянский lanciare, tirare…
на китайский (традиционный) 投, 拋, 擲…
на русский бросать, смущать, сбивать с толку…
на польский rzucać, zbić z tropu…
in Vietnamese ném, hất ngã, làm ngã…
на испанский lanzar, tirar, desarzonar…
на португальский lançar, arremessar, atirar…
in Thai ขว้าง, เหวี่ยง (แขน, คน ฯลฯ) ให้ตก…
на немецкий (zu-)werfen, abwerfen, verwirren…
на каталонский llançar, tirar…
на японский ~を投げる…
in Indonesian melemparkan, membingungkan, membanting…
на китайский (упрощенный) 投, 抛, 掷…
(Определение слова throw из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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