First Known Use of throw-in
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
But because of the three marquee games and the potential of a Big East opponent thrown in there, there is not another big-time home opponent for next year.
Magadan believes the approach tends to work best against pitchers with stuff that is dominant when thrown in specific locations.
The Mustangs outscored Frederick, 28-13, in the odd quarters, but, the game, which basketball fans know, was not and with the even quarters thrown in, defending 3A champ Frederick (25-2) defeated the Mustangs, 54-37, at the SECU Arena.
Yup, a bit of orange was thrown in there to help amp up the airy vibes.
Over his last five games, Carrol has averaged 33 minutes and a 14-point, five-rebound line with some assists and steals thrown in there.
Going back decades, the riverfront was given over to factories and shipping, and later to projects, such as Joe Louis Arena and the Free Press printing plant, with an occasional small park thrown in.
Darnold chose not to throw in the recent NFL combine in Indianapolis.
The perfect thing to throw in your tote or work bag, these cords are wrapped in alloy and have reinforced soldering to ensure maximum strength against damage.
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First Known Use of throw in
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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