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
Hosted and headlined by the iconic artist himself, Willie Nelson's 4th of July Picnic is always an eclectic mix of country music, new and old, with a few surprises thrown in.
Enter Treanor, who convinced Barraclough his stuff — and in particular, his fastball — was good enough to beat hitters with pitches thrown in the strike zone.
Donald Trump's family separation policy may have ended in theory, but in practice there's little way forward for the children thrown in cages and the families they were pulled away from.
With the news, there’s just so much ugliness thrown in your face.
The combat is fast and fluid in the way of many of the best Japanese mecha games, but with hilarious American stereotypes thrown in at every opportunity.
It’s more in the alternative singer/songwriter vein, with some instrumental flourishes thrown in.
And fourth, by keeping tickets cheap: $5 to $12, with a glass of beer thrown in at the Small Batch Concert.
Listed is the pitcher’s name and school, plus the number of pitches thrown in each 85-plus pitch game.
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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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