Übersetzung & Definition
to throw (something over someone): (etwas über jemanden) werfen, schütten
Throw the ball! Wirf den Ball!
Dieses Verb ist unregelmäßig:
I throw / I threw / I have thrown
a throw: ein Wurf, ein Wagnis
Whose throw is it? Wer ist dran (mit Werfen)?
to throw (something) out, away: (etwas) wegwerfen, in den Müll werfen
UK: Let's throw a party. Whoo!
US: I learned how to throw knives in the circus.
- "You've only been alive for a matter of months, but I've already had reports of public indecency, aggressive lullaby singing, diaper throwing, tummy aches, temper tantrums, loud crying and some very serious accusations of milk abuse."
- "Why did the man throw his clock out of the window?"
- "(ahem) Throw your hands in the air"
- "Hey hey, there's no need to throw things!"
- "I threw them away when Bruno bought me the MP3 player."
- "A fellow student said "Zack was careful not to throw the candy directly at people, but a caramel square did land quite near my foot"."
- "So if you find a pile of records in the garage, don't throw them away!"
- "Susie throws coffee over Philip for making obscene remark."
- "Zack Fielding, described as a shy loner by his classmates, threw a range of sweets, including jelly beans and candy corn, during a 10th grade math class."
- "A 15-year-old boy wreaked havoc today at White Dove High School when he pulled out candy from his bag and threw it "quite hard" at fellow students."
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