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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.
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Translations of “throw sth out”
in Chinese (Simplified) 摆脱, 丢弃,扔掉…
in Turkish atmak, atıp kurtulmak, çöpe atmak…
in Russian выбрасывать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擺脫, 丟棄,扔掉…
in Polish wyrzucać coś…
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