#EngVocab: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Throw’

Today we will learn about phrasal verbs with ‘throw’.
Do you know phrasal verbs with ‘throw’?

Let’s start.

  • Throw off.

Meaning: get rid of something that has prevented you from doing what you want or behaving in the way you want.
Example: “It took me a week to throw off my cold.”

  • Throw in.

Meaning: add something extra without asking for more money.
Example: “I printed extra pictures and they threw in a photo album.”

  • Throw up

Meaning: produce something new in a hurry.
Example: “The company threw up other colours in the design.”

  • Throw away

Meaning: to waste something.
Example: “Don’t throw away this opportunity!”

  • Throw out.

Meaning: to discard something worthless or unnecessary.
Example: “We decided to throw out all our old clothes.”

  • Throw down.

Meaning: cause something to drop.
Example: “She threw down the magazines and went out.”

  • Throw on.

Meaning: to put on a piece of clothing quickly and carelessly.
Example: “I just threw down a pair of jeans and a T-shirt.”

Compiled and written by @sherlydarmali for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, July 4, 2019.

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