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to throw [water]schütten [Wasser]
to throw / cast caution to the wind / winds [idiom] seine Bedenken über Bord werfen [Redewendung]
to throw / kick sb. out of one's office [coll.] jdn. aus seinem Büro schmeißen [ugs.]
to throw a banquet [coll.] ein Bankett geben
to throw a bridge [also fig.] eine Brücke schlagen [auch fig.]
to throw a custard pie at sb. [e.g. a politician] jdn. torten [ugs.]
to throw a fiteinen Wutanfall haben
to throw a fiteinen Anfall bekommen [ugs.]
to throw a fit [coll.] [idiom] Zustände kriegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to throw a fit [to go crazy] einen Rappel bekommen [ugs.]
to throw a fit [to go crazy]einen Rappel kriegen [ugs.] [einen Wutanfall bekommen]
to throw a fit (over sth.) [idiom] (wegen etw. [Gen.] [auch: Dat.]) toben [Person] [vor Wut]
to throw a game ein Spiel absichtlich verlieren
to throw a glance at sb./sth.einen Blick auf jdn./etw. werfen
to throw a (monkey) wrench in / into the works [Am.]jdm. in die Parade fahren [fig.] [jds. Pläne durchkreuzen]
to throw a (monkey) wrench in the works [Am.] [idiom]Sand ins Getriebe streuen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to throw a party [coll.] eine Party geben
to throw a party [coll.] eine Feier veranstalten
to throw a party [coll.] eine Party schmeißen [ugs.]
to throw a shadow on (to) sth.auf etw. einen Schatten werfen
to throw a shoeein Hufeisen verlieren
to throw a sickie [coll.]krankfeiern [ugs.]
to throw a sickie [coll.] [idiom] blaumachen [ugs.] [sich krank melden]
to throw a smokescreen over sth. [fig.]etw. vernebeln [fig.]
to throw a sop to sb. jdn. beschwichtigen
to throw a spanner in the works [Br.] [idiom] jdm. einen Strich durch die Rechnung machen [Redewendung] [jds. Pläne durchkreuzen]
to throw a tantrumausflippen [ugs.]
to throw a tantrum einen Anfall kriegen [ugs.]
to throw a touchdown einen Touchdown werfen
to throw a tread eine Panzerkette abwerfen [infolge eines Fahrfehlers]
to throw a tread eine Kette abwerfen [Panzerkette oder Raupenkette; infolge eines Fahrfehlers]
to throw a wingding [Am.] [coll.] [dated] [simulate a fit or convulsion] einen Anfall kriegen [ugs.] [hier: einen Krampfanfall simulieren]
to throw a wobbly [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] vor Wut an die Decke gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to throw a wobbly [Br.] [sl.]hysterisch werden
to throw a wobbly [coll.] [Br.] einen Wutanfall bekommen
to throw a wobbly [coll.] [Br.]ausrasten [ugs. für: einen Wutanfall bekommen]
to throw a wrench in the works [Am.] [idiom] jdm. einen Strich durch die Rechnung machen [Redewendung] [jds. Pläne durchkreuzen]
to throw about herumwerfen
to throw acrossherüberwerfen
to throw all caution to the winds [idiom] alle Vorsicht außer Acht lassen
to throw all one's goods onto the market alle Ware auf den Markt werfen
to throw an opponent den Gegner besiegen
to throw around herumwerfen
to throw awaywegwerfen
to throw away [chance, opportunity, etc.] vergeben [Chance, Möglichkeit etc.]
to throw away a chance eine Chance vergeben
to throw away sth. [fig.] [carelessly, e. g. someones affection]sich [Dat.] etw. verscherzen
to throw backzurückwerfen
to throw back one's headden Kopf in den Nacken werfen
to throw back the covers die Bettdecke zurückschlagen
to throw cargo overboardFracht über Bord werfen
to throw caution to the wind / winds [idiom] alle Bedenken in den Wind schlagen [Redewendung]
to throw cold water on sb.'s hopes [idiom]jds. Hoffnungen einen Dämpfer aufsetzen [Redewendung]
to throw cold water on sb.'s plans / hopes [idiom]jdm. eine kalte Dusche verpassen [Redewendung]
to throw dice würfeln
to throw dice knobeln
to throw dice for sth. [Br.] etw. [Akk.] auswürfeln
to throw doubt on sth.etw. [Akk.] in Zweifel ziehen
to throw downhinwerfen
to throw down sth. [Am.] [coll.] [food] etw. hinunterschlingen [ugs.] [Essen]
to throw down sth. for sth. [coll.] [money]etw. für etw. berappen [ugs.]
to throw down the gauntlet [also fig.] [idiom] jdm. den Handschuh vor die Füße werfen [auch fig.] [Redewendung]
to throw down the gauntlet to sb. [fig.]jdm. den Fehdehandschuh hinwerfen [fig.]
to throw dust into sb.'s eyes [idiom] jdm. Sand in die Augen streuen [Redewendung]
to throw focus Schärfe ziehen [fokussieren]
to throw good money after bad erst recht draufzahlen
to throw good money after bad gutes Geld schlechtem hinterherwerfen
to throw good money after bad gutes Geld schlechtem Geld nachwerfen
to throw good money after badschlechtem Geld gutes hinterherwerfen
to throw in als Zugabe geben
to throw in einwerfen
to throw in [as a free extra] (gratis) dazugeben
to throw in [football] einwerfen
to throw in one's hand [idiom] sich geschlagen geben
to throw in the sponge [Br.] [idiom] [less common] [to throw in the towel] das Handtuch werfen [Redewendung] [aufgeben]
to throw in the sponge [idiom] die Flinte ins Korn werfen [Redewendung]
to throw in the towel [idiom] die Flinte ins Korn werfen [Redewendung]
to throw in the towel [idiom]die Brocken hinwerfen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to throw in the towel [surrender during a boxing match] [also fig. idiom]das Handtuch werfen [Kampfaufgabe beim Boxen] [auch fig. ugs., Redewendung]
to throw insidereinwerfen [ugs.] [hereinwerfen]
to throw inside [toward the speaker] hereinwerfen
to throw into a ditherin Aufregung versetzen
to throw light on sth.etw. aufklären [Ereignis, Vorgang]
to throw light on sth. zur Aufklärung einer Sache beitragen
to throw light on sth. [also fig.] Licht auf etw. [Akk.] werfen [auch fig.]
to throw light on sth. [fig.]etw. [Akk.] ausleuchten [fig.]
to throw light on sth. [idiom] [examine] etw. [Akk.] beleuchten [untersuchen]
to throw light on the matter zur Aufklärung der Sache beitragen
to throw light upon sth. etw. erhellen [fig.]
to throw light upon sth. etw. aufhellen [klären]
to throw money around [fig.]mit Geld um sich werfen [fig.]
to throw money at sth. [idiom]für etw. [Akk.] Geld hinauswerfen [fig.]
to throw money away Geld verschleudern
to throw money down the drain Geld zum Fenster hinauswerfen
to throw money down the drainGeld zum Fenster hinausschmeißen [ugs.]
to throw money down the rathole Geld zum Fenster rauswerfen [ugs.]
to throw mud at sb./sth. [to sling mud at ...] [coll.] [fig.]jdn./etw. in den Dreck ziehen [ugs.] [fig.]
to throw off the hump vom Stock drehen
to throw on sth. [also: to throw sth. on] [clothes] (sich [Dat.]) etw. überwerfen
to throw on the marketauf den Markt werfen
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