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throw verb

ADV. angrily | casually He threw the keys casually down on the table. | aside, away, back, down, out She threw her head back and laughed.

VERB + THROW be ready to, be tempted to, want to | threaten to He threatened to throw her in the river if she screamed. | be going to

PREP. at He threw a stone at the window. | in/into I just wanted to throw myself into his arms and cry. | to She threw the ball to him. | towards

PHRASES throw sth open He threw the double doors open in a dramatic gesture.