Throw a party
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to throw a party: to organize, to arrange, to host a party or celebration
Don't confuse this idiom with the primary meaning of to throw: to launch, to fling or to toss through the air.
to throw a tantrum to become very angry and unreasonable (especially used of children)
- "Throw a big party for our most important clients."
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