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throw

verb (SEND THROUGH AIR)
 
 
/θrəʊ/ US  /θroʊ/ (threw, thrown)
[I or T] to send something through the air with force, especially by a sudden movement of the arm
投;拋;擲;扔
My friend threw the ball back over the fence.
我朋友把球從圍欄上擲了回去。
The coat was thrown over the back of the chair.
大衣丟在椅背上。
She threw herself into a chair, exhausted.
她筋疲力盡地倒在椅子上。
The rider was thrown as the horse jumped the fence.
馬跳過柵欄時騎手被甩了下來。
He threw a punch at (= hit) his attacker.
他向攻擊他的人猛擊一拳。
Throwing
throw a glance/look to look quickly or suddenly
掃一眼,瞥一眼
The boy threw a frightened look in the direction of the house.
男孩朝房子那邊驚恐地看了一眼。
Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
(Definition of throw verb (SEND THROUGH AIR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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