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to throw one's arms (up) in the air die Arme hochreißen
to throw one's back out [coll.] sich [Dat.] den Rücken verrenken
to throw one's hands up in despair (verzweifelt) die Hände über dem Kopf zusammenschlagen [Redewendung]
to throw one's hands up in horror (entsetzt) die Hände über dem Kopf zusammenschlagen [Redewendung]
to throw one's hat in the ring [idiom]seinen Hut in den Ring werfen [Idiom]
to throw one's hat into the ring kandidieren
to throw one's money around [Am.] [pej.] [idiom] mit Geld (nur so) um sich [Akk.] werfen
to throw one's weight about [coll.] [idiom]den starken Mann markieren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to throw one's weight aroundden großen Macker markieren [ugs.]
to throw one's weight around [coll.] sich wichtigmachen
to throw one's weight around [coll.] sich wichtig machen [alt]
to throw one's weight behind sb./sth. [idiom] sich hinter jdn./etw. stellen [fig.]
to throw (one's) money awaymit dem (seinem) Geld aasen [ugs.] [bes. nordd.]
to throw oneself sich stürzen
to throw oneself at sb.sich an jdn. ranschmeißen [ugs.]
to throw oneself at sb.sich an jdn. ranmachen [ugs.] [an ein Mädchen etc.]
to throw oneself at sb. sich jdm. an den Hals werfen
to throw oneself away on sb. [fig.]sich an jdn. verschenken [fig.] [sein Herz verschenken]
to throw oneself in front of a train sich [Akk.] vor einen Zug werfen
to throw oneself into a pose sich in Positur werfen
to throw oneself into danger sich [Akk.] einer Gefahr entgegenwerfen
to throw oneself into it [fig.] [coll.] sich voll reinhängen [fig.] [ugs.]
to throw oneself into the arms of sb. [also fig.] sich [Akk.] jdm. in die Arme werfen [auch fig.]
to throw oneself into the breach sich in die Bresche werfen
to throw oneself into the fray [idiom] sich [Akk.] ins Getümmel stürzen [in den Kampf] [Redewendung]
to throw oneself sideways hechten [schräg nach oben]
to throw open to free competition für den freien Wettbewerb öffnen
to throw outhinauswerfen
to throw out rauswerfen [ugs.] [herauswerfen / hinauswerfen]
to throw out abweisen
to throw out abschmettern [ugs.]
to throw out [e.g. clothing] ausrangieren [z. B. Kleider]
to throw out a lawsuit eine Klage abweisen
to throw out an appeal eine Berufungsklage abweisen
to throw out of balance aus dem Gleichgewicht bringen
to throw out sth. [put forward tentatively] etw. vorschlagen
to throw out sth. [to discard] etw. wegwerfen
to throw over hinüberwerfen
to throw over überwerfen
to throw over herüberwerfen
to throw over sb. (for sth.) [girlfriend]jdn. (wegen etw.) sitzen lassen [ugs.]
to throw over sth. [plans, principles, etc.] etw. [Akk.] über den Haufen werfen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [Pläne Prinzipienetc.]
to throw pearls before swine [idiom]Perlen vor die Säue werfen [Redewendung]
to throw potsTöpfe drehen [Töpferei]
to throw rotten tomatoes at sb. jdn. mit faulen Tomaten bewerfen
to throw sand into sb.'s eyes [also fig.]jdm. Sand in die Augen streuen
to throw sb. jdn. verwirren
to throw sb. [coll.] jdn. aus der Ruhe bringen [Redewendung]
to throw sb. [coll.] [disconcert]jdn. aus dem Konzept / Rhythmus bringen
to throw sb. [fig.]jdn. ins Schleudern bringen [fig.]
to throw sb. [fig.] [disconcert, discompose]jdn. aus der Fassung bringen
to throw sb. a curve ball [esp. Am.] [Aus.] [coll.] [idiom] jdm. eine (unangenehme) Überraschung bescheren
to throw sb. a lifeline jdm. eine Rettungsleine zuwerfen
to throw sb. a party für jdn. eine Party veranstalten
to throw sb. a red herring [idiom]versuchen, jdn. in die Irre zu führen [Redewendung]
to throw sb. for a loop [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [catch sb. off guard]jdn. aus dem Konzept bringen [Redewendung] [aus der Fassung bringen]
to throw sb. for a loop [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [surprise, astonish sb.] jdn. völlig umhauen [ugs.] [total überraschen]
to throw sb. in at the deep end [coll.] [idiom]jdn. ins kalte Wasser schmeißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to throw sb. in jail jdn. ins Gefängnis werfen
to throw sb. in prison jdn. ins Gefängnis werfen
to throw sb. into (a state of) panicjdn. in Panik versetzen
to throw sb. into fits [dated] jdn. in Wut versetzen
to throw sb. into prisonjdn. ins Gefängnis werfen
to throw sb. into the same pot with somebody else [idiom]jdn. mit jemand anders in einen Topf werfen [Redewendung]
to throw sb. off (balance) jdn. durcheinanderbringen
to throw sb. off course [fig.] jdn. aus der Bahn werfen [Redewendung]
to throw sb. off (the) track [idiom]jdn. aus der Bahn werfen [Redewendung]
to throw sb. on the dole [Br.] [coll.] jdn. auf die Straße werfen [entlassen]
to throw sb. on the scrap heap jdn. zum alten Eisen werfen
to throw sb. outjdn. vor die Tür setzen
to throw sb. out jdm. den Laufpass geben [ugs.] [jdn. aus dem Zimmer werfen]
to throw sb. out jdn. hinauswerfen [ugs.]
to throw sb. out jdn. abservieren [ugs.] [absetzen, kaltstellen]
to throw sb. outjdn. kaltstellen [ugs.] [absetzen]
to throw sb. out [fig.] [from a place, organization, etc.] jdn. hinausschmeißen [ugs.] [fig.] [Wohnung, Organisation usw.]
to throw sb. out neck and crop jdn. achtkantig hinauswerfen [ugs.]
to throw sb. out of his / her rhythmjdn. aus dem Rhythmus bringen
to throw sb. shade [sl.]jdn. anschießen [ugs.] [kritisieren, attackieren]
to throw sb. to the sharks jdn. den Haien zum Fraß vorwerfen
to throw sb. to the wolvesjdn. den Wölfen zum Fraß vorwerfen
to throw sb. to the wolvesjdn. über die Klinge springen lassen
to throw sb. under the bus jdn. den Wölfen zum Fraß vorwerfen
to throw sb./sth. into turmoil jdn./etw. in Aufruhr versetzen
to throw sb./sth. off [pursuer, disease] jdn./etw. abschütteln [Verfolger, Krankheit]
to throw sb./sth. off balancejdn./etw. aus dem Gleichgewicht bringen
to throw silk Seidenfäden drehen
to throw silk Seide zwirnen
to throw sth.etw. kippen [Schalter]
to throw sth. [a switch, a lever]etw. [Akk.] umlegen [einen Schalter, einen Hebel]
to throw sth. [in pottery]etw. formen [Töpferei]
to throw sth. [match, game, fight] etw. abschenken
to throw sth. at sb.etw. nach jdm. werfen
to throw sth. at sb. jdm. etw. [Akk.] entgegenwerfen
to throw sth. down etw. herunterwerfen
to throw sth. downetw. herabwerfen
to throw sth. down etw. hinunterwerfen
to throw sth. in [coll.] [contribute] [e.g. money]etw. [Akk.] beisteuern [z. B. Geld]
to throw sth. in sb.'s teeth [idiom]jdm. etw. [Akk.] ins Gesicht schleudern [fig.]
to throw sth. into chaos etw. [Akk.] ins Chaos stürzen
to throw sth. into disarray [plans etc.]etw. [Akk.] über den Haufen werfen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [Pläne etc.]
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