throw (threw, thrown)

throw (threw, thrown)
رَمَى \ cast: to throw: The fisherman cast his net. throw (threw, thrown): to send through the air, by the force of one’s hand: She threw a ball. \ See Also ألقى (أَلْقَى)‏

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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  • throw — [thrō] vt. threw, thrown, throwing [ME throwen, to twist, wring, hurl < OE thrawan, to throw, twist, akin to Ger drehen, to twist, turn < IE base * ter , to rub, rub with turning motion, bore > THRASH, THREAD, Gr teirein, L terere, to… …   English World dictionary

  • throw — [θrəʊ ǁ θroʊ] verb threw PASTTENSE [θruː] thrown PASTPART [θrəʊn ǁ θroʊn] [transitive] 1. throw money at to try to solve a problem by spending a lot of money, without really thinking about the problem: • There is no point throwing money at the… …   Financial and business terms

  • throw — [[t]θro͟ʊ[/t]] ♦♦ throws, throwing, threw, thrown 1) VERB When you throw an object that you are holding, you move your hand or arm quickly and let go of the object, so that it moves through the air. [V n prep/adv] He spent hours throwing a tennis …   English dictionary

  • throw — /throh/, v., threw, thrown, throwing, n. v.t. 1. to propel or cast in any way, esp. to project or propel from the hand by a sudden forward motion or straightening of the arm and wrist: to throw a ball. 2. to hurl or project (a missile), as a gun… …   Universalium

  • throw — I. verb (threw; thrown; throwing) Etymology: Middle English thrawen, throwen to cause to twist, throw, from Old English thrāwan to cause to twist or turn; akin to Old High German drāen to turn, Latin terere to rub, Greek tribein to rub,… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • throw — [c]/θroʊ / (say throh) verb (threw, thrown, throwing) –verb (t) 1. to project or propel forcibly through the air by a sudden jerk or straightening of the arm; propel or cast in any way. 2. to hurl or project (a missile), as a gun does. 3. to… …  

  • throw — [[t]θroʊ[/t]] v. threw, thrown, throw•ing, n. 1) to propel from the hand by a sudden forward motion: to throw a ball[/ex] 2) to hurl or project (a missile), as a gun does 3) to project or cast (light, a shadow, etc.) 4) to project (the voice) 5)… …   From formal English to slang

  • throw sth out — UK US throw sth out Phrasal Verb with throw({{}}/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 court… …   Financial and business terms

  • throw sth up — UK US throw sth up Phrasal Verb with throw({{}}/θrəʊ/ verb [T] (threw, thrown) ► to produce or show something such as an idea or fact: »The meeting threw up some interesting ideas. »Our market research threw up a few key facts. ► UK INFORMAL …   Financial and business terms

  • throw sth away — UK US throw sth away Phrasal Verb with throw({{}}/θrəʊ/ verb [T] (threw, thrown) ► ENVIRONMENT to get rid of something you do not want any more: »US consumers throw away around 100 billion plastic bags annually. → See also THROW STH OUT(Cf. ↑ …   Financial and business terms

  • throw sth in — UK US throw sth in Phrasal Verb with throw({{}}/θrəʊ/ verb [T] (threw, thrown) ► COMMERCE, MARKETING to give customers a free product or service when they buy something: »First time customers get a 10% discount thrown in towards their next… …   Financial and business terms

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