Sinónimos de throw en inglés:

throw


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1‘she threw their ball back’

SINÓNIMOS
hurl, toss, fling, pitch, cast, lob, launch, flip, catapult, shy, dash, aim, direct, project, propel, send, bowl
coloquial chuck, heave, sling, buzz, whang, bung, yeet
Norteamericano coloquial peg
inglés de Australia coloquial hoy
inglés de Nueva Zelanda coloquial bish
ANTÓNIMOS

catch, hold

2‘he threw the door open’

SINÓNIMOS
move quickly, move suddenly, push suddenly, push violently, thrust, fling, propel, shoot, slam, smack, bang, crash, thump, push, force
coloquial plonk

3‘a chandelier threw its bright light over the walls’

SINÓNIMOS
project, cast, send, give off, emit, radiate

4‘Cheryl drew back her fist and threw another punch’

SINÓNIMOS
deliver, give, land
ANTÓNIMOS

pull

5‘she threw him a glance’

SINÓNIMOS
direct, cast, send, dart, shoot, bestow on, give

6‘he was thrown twice in the final round’

SINÓNIMOS
fell, throw to the ground, hurl to the ground, unbalance, bring down, floor, prostrate

7‘the horse threw his rider’

SINÓNIMOS
unseat, dislodge, upset, bring down

8‘his question threw me’

SINÓNIMOS
disconcert, unnerve, fluster, ruffle, flurry, agitate, harass, upset, disturb, discomfit, put off, put someone off their stroke, throw off balance, make nervous, discompose, discountenance, cause someone to lose their composure
perturb, unsettle, bother, affect, worry, disquiet, trouble, confuse
coloquial rattle, faze, put into a flap, throw into a tizz, discombobulate, shake up

9‘if only he could find the switch to throw’

SINÓNIMOS
operate, switch on, click on, engage, move

10‘the pots were thrown on a wheel’

SINÓNIMOS
shape, form, mould, fashion

11‘he threw a farewell party for them’

SINÓNIMOS
give, host, hold, have, provide, put on, lay on, arrange, organize

nombre

1‘we were allowed two throws each’

SINÓNIMOS
lob, pitch, flip, shy, go
bowl, ball
hurl, toss, fling, cast
coloquial chuck, heave, sling

2‘drinks are only £1 a throw’

SINÓNIMOS
each, apiece, per item, for one

Phrases

    throw something away

    1‘he decided to throw away his textbooks and get some practical experience’


    SINÓNIMOS
    discard, throw out, dispose of, get rid of, do away with, toss out, scrap, throw on the scrapheap, clear out, remove, dispense with, lose, eliminate, dump, unload, jettison, shed, dismiss, expel, eject, weed out, root out
    recycle, break up, demolish, write off
    coloquial chuck, chuck away, chuck out, ditch, bin, junk, get shut of
    Britanico coloquial get shot of, see the back of
    Norteamericano coloquial trash, shuck off, wreck
    ANTÓNIMOS

    keep

    2‘Cambridge threw away a 15–0 lead’


    SINÓNIMOS
    squander, waste, fritter away, dissipate, run through, fail to exploit, make poor use of, lose, let slip
    coloquial blow, chuck something down the drain, pour something down the drain
    ANTÓNIMOS

    exploit

    throw up

    ‘she threw up in the gutter’


    SINÓNIMOS
    vomit, retch
    cough up, bring up, regurgitate
    heave, gag
    Britanico be sick
    Norteamericano get sick
    coloquial puke, chunder, chuck up, hurl, spew, do the technicolor yawn, keck
    Britanico coloquial honk, sick up, vom
    Scottish coloquial boke
    Norteamericano coloquial spit up, barf, upchuck, toss one's cookies, blow chunks
    throw something together

    ‘I'm sorry about the tuna salad, I just sort of threw it together’


    SINÓNIMOS
    improvise, contrive, devise, throw together, cobble together, concoct, rig, jury-rig, put together
    Britanico coloquial knock up
    coloquial whip up, fix up, rustle up
    throw something on

    ‘she threw on her clothes’


    SINÓNIMOS
    put on quickly, pull on, drag on, don quickly, slip into
    throw someone off

    ‘she thought she had thrown off her pursuer’


    SINÓNIMOS
    shake off, get away from, escape, elude, give someone the slip, leave behind, throw off the scent, dodge, lose, get rid of, rid oneself of
    outdistance, outstrip
    Britanico coloquial get shot of
    throw someone out

    ‘Jim was thrown out when he climbed on to the stage’


    SINÓNIMOS
    expel, eject, evict, drive out, force out, oust, remove
    remove from office, remove from power, get rid of, depose, topple, unseat, overthrow, bring down, overturn, put out, drum out, thrust out, push out, turn out
    dismiss, dislodge, displace, supplant, show someone the door
    banish, deport, exile
    coloquial boot out, kick out, give someone the boot, defenestrate
    Britanico coloquial turf out
    throw something up

    ‘throwing up his career would have meant the end of financial support’


    SINÓNIMOS
    give up, abandon, relinquish, resign, resign from, leave, eschew, abdicate
    coloquial quit, chuck, pack in, jack in
    throw something off

    ‘he shrugged, trying to throw off the pain’


    SINÓNIMOS
    get rid of, cast off, discard, shake off, drop, jettison, free oneself of, rid oneself of
    throw someone over

    ‘he's going to throw you over for your sister’


    SINÓNIMOS
    abandon, leave, desert, discard, turn one's back on, cast aside, cast off
    jilt, break up with, finish with, leave in the lurch, leave high and dry, leave stranded
    coloquial dump, ditch, chuck, drop, walk out on, run out on, rat on, leave flat
    Britanico coloquial give someone the push, give someone the elbow, give someone the big E, bin off
    arcaico forsake
    throw something out

    1‘I was continually having to throw out mouldy furniture’


    SINÓNIMOS
    discard, throw away, dispose of, get rid of, do away with, toss out, scrap, throw on the scrapheap, clear out, remove, dispense with, lose, eliminate, dump, unload, jettison, shed, dismiss, expel, eject, weed out, root out
    recycle, break up, demolish, write off
    coloquial chuck, chuck away, chuck out, ditch, bin, junk, get shut of
    Britanico coloquial get shot of, see the back of
    Norteamericano coloquial trash, shuck off, wreck
    ANTÓNIMOS

    keep

    2‘his case was thrown out because an industrial tribunal was not entitled to deal with it’


    SINÓNIMOS
    reject, dismiss, turn down, say ‘no’ to, refuse, disallow, veto, squash
    coloquial give the thumbs down to, give the red light to

    3‘a thermal light bulb throws out a lot of heat’


    SINÓNIMOS
    radiate, emit, give off, send out, diffuse, disseminate, disperse