throw out


throw out

verb

Definition of THROW OUT

1
to drive or force out <the player was thrown out of the game after assaulting the ref>
Synonyms banish, boot (out), bounce, cast out, chase, dismiss, drum (out), expel, extrude, kick out, oust, out, rout, run off, throw out, turf (out) [chiefly British], turn out
2
to get rid of as useless or unwanted <would you mind if I threw out that leftover pizza that's been in the fridge for two weeks?>
Synonyms cashier, cast (off), chuck, deep-six, ditch, dump, eighty-six (or 86), exorcise (also exorcize), fling (off or away), jettison, junk, lay by, lose, pitch, reject, scrap, shed, shuck (off), slough (off) also sluff (off), throw away, throw out, toss, unload
3
to throw or give off <the charcoal grill is throwing out big billows of black smoke>
Near Antonyms absorb, inhale, soak (up), sponge, suck (up), take up

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