Definition of throw in
- they throw in some … sound effects on several songs
- —Tom Phillips
- throw in the clutch
- agrees to throw in with a crooked ex-cop
Recent Examples of throw in from the Web
Above throws in 500 GB of Verizon cloud storage, which may tempt some subscribers to stop paying $100 or more a year to Google, Microsoft, Dropbox or Apple.
Abensur riffs exuberantly: Change the cheese, tweak the heat, throw in some olives!
Brady had replaced Mason Cerrillo, who left the game after injuring his hand while sliding back to first base on a pickoff throw in the seventh.
Cusick, who throws in the high 90s but is raw, should be gone before the end of Tuesday, rounds 5 to 10.
In New York, YouTube star Coby Persin throws in some dirt in his local potholes and a potted plant.
The Durant Company usually throws in $250,000 to $1 million during the early stages.
Beyond asset threshold adjustments and community bank relief, the bill also throws in some marginal consumer protection provisions.
Gian Piero Ragonesi earned his second bronze medal at the ACC Championships with a big throw in the discus, finishing third with a mark of 57.62m.
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THROW-IN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of throw-in for English Language Learners
: a throw made in soccer or rugby to put the ball back in play after it has gone out of the playing area
: a throw from a player in the outfield to a player in the infield in baseball
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