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Phrasal verbs with THROW


throw out/away = put something in the garbage or get rid of it

‘Canadians don’t throw out plastic containers; they recycle them.’

‘Did you throw away the leftovers from last night’s dinner? I wanted to eat them for dinner.’

‘I need to clean the fridge and throw out the old food. It smells terrible.’

throw out = remove someone from a place either by force or by law.

‘James was thrown out of the baseball game for fighting.’

‘We are going to throw out our tenants. They are not paying their rent.’

throw up = vomit

‘I think I have the flu. I threw up 4 times last night.’

‘It’s important to drink a lot of water after you throw up. It makes you dehydrated.’

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