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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis throw reiškia  n  metimas; mėtymas; free throw sport. baudos metimas 2 (metimo) nuotolis, atstumas; a stone’s throw a) akmens mėtis, nuotolis, per kurį galima numesti akmenį; b) nedidelis nuotolis 3 rizikingas žingsnis, rizika 4 amer. užtiesalas, lovatiesė 5 amer. šali lietuviškai.

Throw tarimas:

  • /θrou/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • verb-transitive: To propel through the air with a motion of the hand or arm.
  • verb-transitive: To discharge into the air by any means: a machine that throws tennis balls; ash that was thrown by an erupting volcano.
  • verb-transitive: To hurl or fling with great force or speed: threw themselves on the food; jetsam that had been thrown up onto the shore.
  • verb-transitive: To force (an opponent) to the ground or floor, as in wrestling or the martial arts.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to fall off: The horse threw its rider.
  • verb-transitive: Informal To cause confusion or perplexity in; disconcert or nonplus: We didn't let our worries throw us.
  • verb-transitive: To put on or off hastily or carelessly: throw on a jacket.
  • verb-transitive: To put (suddenly or forcefully) into a given condition, position, or activity: threw him into a fit of laughter; threw some supper together; threw her leg over the arm of the chair.
  • verb-transitive: To devote, apply, or direct: threw all their resources into the new endeavor; threw the blame onto the others.
  • verb-transitive: To form on a potter's wheel: throw a vase.
  • verb-transitive: To twist (fibers) into thread.
  • verb-transitive: Games To roll (dice).
  • verb-transitive: Games To roll (a particular combination) with dice.
  • verb-transitive: Games To discard or play (a card).
  • verb-transitive: To send forth; project: She threw me a look of encouragement.
  • verb-transitive: To cause (one's voice) to seem to come from a source other than oneself.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to fall on or over something; cast: The rising sun threw shadows across the lawn. We threw sheets over the furniture before we painted the ceiling.
  • verb-transitive: To bear (young). Used of cows or horses, for example.
  • verb-transitive: To arrange or give (a party, for example).
  • verb-transitive: To move (a lever or switch) in order to activate, deactivate, or control a device.
  • verb-transitive: Informal To lose or give up (a contest, for example) purposely.
  • verb-transitive: To abandon oneself to; have: heard the news and threw a fit.
  • verb-transitive: To commit (oneself), especially for leniency or support: threw himself on the mercy of the court.
  • verb-transitive: To deliver (a punch), as in boxing: threw a left hook.
  • verb-intransitive: To cast, fling, or hurl something.
  • noun: The act or an instance of throwing.
  • noun: The distance to which something is or can be thrown: a stone's throw away.
  • noun: Games A roll or cast of dice.
  • noun: Games The combination of numbers so obtained.
  • noun: Informal A single chance, venture, or instance: "could afford up to forty-five bucks a throw to wax sentimental over their heritage” ( John Simon).
  • noun: Sports The act of throwing or a technique used to throw an opponent in wrestling or the martial arts.
  • noun: A light coverlet, such as an afghan.
  • noun: A scarf or shawl.
  • noun: The radius of a circle described by a crank, cam, or similar machine part.
  • noun: The maximum displacement of a machine part moved by another part, such as a crank or cam.
  • noun: Geology The amount of vertical displacement of a fault.
  • phrasal-verb: throw away To get rid of as useless: threw away yesterday's newspaper.
  • phrasal-verb: throw away Games To discard: threw away two aces.
  • phrasal-verb: throw away To fail to take advantage of: threw away a chance to make a fortune.
  • phrasal-verb: throw away To waste or use in a foolish way: threw away her inheritance.
  • phrasal-verb: throw away To utter or perform in an offhand, seemingly careless way: The play's villain throws away the news that the house has burned down.
  • phrasal-verb: throw back To hinder the progress of; check: The troops were thrown back.
  • phrasal-verb: throw back To revert to an earlier type or stage in one's past.
  • phrasal-verb: throw back To cause to depend; make reliant.
  • phrasal-verb: throw in To insert or introduce into the course of something: threw in a few snide comments while they conversed.
  • phrasal-verb: throw in To add (an extra thing or amount) with no additional charge.
  • phrasal-verb: throw in To engage (a clutch, for example).
  • phrasal-verb: throw off To cast out; rid oneself of: threw off all unpleasant memories.
  • phrasal-verb: throw off To give off; emit: exhaust pipes throwing off fumes.
  • phrasal-verb: throw off To distract, divert, or mislead: Crossing the stream, he threw the tracking dogs off. A wrong measurement threw her estimate off.
  • phrasal-verb: throw off To do, finish, or accomplish in a casual or offhand way; toss off: threw off a quick response to the letter.
  • phrasal-verb: throw open To make more accessible, especially suddenly or dramatically: threw open the nomination.
  • phrasal-verb: throw out To give off; emit: searchlights throwing out powerful beams.
  • phrasal-verb: throw out To reject or discard: The committee threw out her proposal.
  • phrasal-verb: throw out To get rid of as useless: threw out the garbage.
  • phrasal-verb: throw out Informal To offer, as a suggestion or plan: They sat around throwing out names of people they might want to invite to the party.
  • phrasal-verb: throw out To force to leave a place or position, especially in an abrupt or unexpected manner: The convicted judge was thrown out of office. The headwaiter threw the disorderly guest out.
  • phrasal-verb: throw out To disengage (a clutch, for example).
  • phrasal-verb: throw out To put out of alignment: threw my back out.
  • phrasal-verb: throw out Baseball To put out (a base runner) by throwing the ball to the player guarding the base to which the base runner is moving.
  • phrasal-verb: throw over To overturn: threw the cart over.
  • phrasal-verb: throw over To abandon: threw over her boyfriend of four years; threw over the company they themselves had founded.
  • phrasal-verb: throw over To reject.
  • phrasal-verb: throw up To vomit.
  • phrasal-verb: throw up To abandon; relinquish. She threw up her campaign for mayor.
  • phrasal-verb: throw up To construct hurriedly: shoddy houses that were thrown up in a few months.
  • phrasal-verb: throw up To refer to something repeatedly: She threw up his past to him whenever they argued.
  • phrasal-verb: throw up To project, play, or otherwise display (a slide, videotape, or other recorded image): threw the tape of vacation highlights up on the screen.
  • idiom: throw cold water on To express misgivings about or disapproval of; discourage.
  • idiom: towel To admit defeat; give up.
  • idiom: throw oneself at To make efforts to attract the interest or affection of (another).
  • idiom: throw (one's) weight around Slang To use power or authority, especially in an excessive or heavy-handed way.
  • idiom: throw the baby out with the bath water Slang To discard something valuable along with something not desired, usually unintentionally.
  • idiom: throw up (one's) hands To indicate or express utter hopelessness: He threw up his hands and abandoned the argument.

Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • metimas
  • mėtymas
  • free throw sport. baudos metimas 2 (metimo) nuotolis
  • atstumas
  • nuotolis
  • per kurį galima numesti akmenį
  • rizika 4 amer. užtiesalas
  • lovatiesė 5 amer. šali
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