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Pronunciation of Throw  


English Meaning

Pain; especially, pain of travail; throe.

  1. To propel through the air with a motion of the hand or arm.
  2. To discharge into the air by any means: a machine that throws tennis balls; ash that was thrown by an erupting volcano.
  3. To hurl or fling with great force or speed: threw themselves on the food; jetsam that had been thrown up onto the shore.
  4. To force (an opponent) to the ground or floor, as in wrestling or the martial arts.
  5. To cause to fall off: The horse threw its rider.
  6. Informal To cause confusion or perplexity in; disconcert or nonplus: We didn't let our worries throw us.
  7. To put on or off hastily or carelessly: throw on a jacket.
  8. To put (suddenly or forcefully) into a given condition, position, or activity: threw him into a fit of laughter; threw some supper together; threw her leg over the arm of the chair.
  9. To devote, apply, or direct: threw all their resources into the new endeavor; threw the blame onto the others.
  10. To form on a potter's wheel: throw a vase.
  11. To twist (fibers) into thread.
  12. Games To roll (dice).
  13. Games To roll (a particular combination) with dice.
  14. Games To discard or play (a card).
  15. To send forth; project: She threw me a look of encouragement.
  16. To cause (one's voice) to seem to come from a source other than oneself.
  17. To cause to fall on or over something; cast: The rising sun threw shadows across the lawn. We threw sheets over the furniture before we painted the ceiling.
  18. To bear (young). Used of cows or horses, for example.
  19. To arrange or give (a party, for example).
  20. To move (a lever or switch) in order to activate, deactivate, or control a device.
  21. Informal To lose or give up (a contest, for example) purposely.
  22. To abandon oneself to; have: heard the news and threw a fit.
  23. To commit (oneself), especially for leniency or support: threw himself on the mercy of the court.
  24. To deliver (a punch), as in boxing: threw a left hook.
  25. To cast, fling, or hurl something.
  26. The act or an instance of throwing.
  27. The distance to which something is or can be thrown: a stone's throw away.
  28. Games A roll or cast of dice.
  29. Games The combination of numbers so obtained.
  30. Informal A single chance, venture, or instance: "could afford up to forty-five bucks a throw to wax sentimental over their heritage” ( John Simon).
  31. Sports The act of throwing or a technique used to throw an opponent in wrestling or the martial arts.
  32. A light coverlet, such as an afghan.
  33. A scarf or shawl.
  34. The radius of a circle described by a crank, cam, or similar machine part.
  35. The maximum displacement of a machine part moved by another part, such as a crank or cam.
  36. Geology The amount of vertical displacement of a fault.
  37. throw away To get rid of as useless: threw away yesterday's newspaper.
  38. throw away Games To discard: threw away two aces.
  39. throw away To fail to take advantage of: threw away a chance to make a fortune.
  40. throw away To waste or use in a foolish way: threw away her inheritance.
  41. throw away To utter or perform in an offhand, seemingly careless way: The play's villain throws away the news that the house has burned down.
  42. throw back To hinder the progress of; check: The troops were thrown back.
  43. throw back To revert to an earlier type or stage in one's past.
  44. throw back To cause to depend; make reliant.
  45. throw in To insert or introduce into the course of something: threw in a few snide comments while they conversed.
  46. throw in To add (an extra thing or amount) with no additional charge.
  47. throw in To engage (a clutch, for example).
  48. throw off To cast out; rid oneself of: threw off all unpleasant memories.
  49. throw off To give off; emit: exhaust pipes throwing off fumes.
  50. throw off To distract, divert, or mislead: Crossing the stream, he threw the tracking dogs off. A wrong measurement threw her estimate off.
  51. throw off To do, finish, or accomplish in a casual or offhand way; toss off: threw off a quick response to the letter.
  52. throw open To make more accessible, especially suddenly or dramatically: threw open the nomination.
  53. throw out To give off; emit: searchlights throwing out powerful beams.
  54. throw out To reject or discard: The committee threw out her proposal.
  55. throw out To get rid of as useless: threw out the garbage.
  56. throw out Informal To offer, as a suggestion or plan: They sat around throwing out names of people they might want to invite to the party.
  57. throw out To force to leave a place or position, especially in an abrupt or unexpected manner: The convicted judge was thrown out of office. The headwaiter threw the disorderly guest out.
  58. throw out To disengage (a clutch, for example).
  59. throw out To put out of alignment: threw my back out.
  60. throw out Baseball To put out (a base runner) by throwing the ball to the player guarding the base to which the base runner is moving.
  61. throw over To overturn: threw the cart over.
  62. throw over To abandon: threw over her boyfriend of four years; threw over the company they themselves had founded.
  63. throw over To reject.
  64. throw up To vomit.
  65. throw up To abandon; relinquish. She threw up her campaign for mayor.
  66. throw up To construct hurriedly: shoddy houses that were thrown up in a few months.
  67. throw up To refer to something repeatedly: She threw up his past to him whenever they argued.
  68. throw up To project, play, or otherwise display (a slide, videotape, or other recorded image): threw the tape of vacation highlights up on the screen.
  69. throw cold water on To express misgivings about or disapproval of; discourage.
  70. towel To admit defeat; give up.
  71. throw oneself at To make efforts to attract the interest or affection of (another).
  72. throw (one's) weight around Slang To use power or authority, especially in an excessive or heavy-handed way.
  73. throw the baby out with the bath water Slang To discard something valuable along with something not desired, usually unintentionally.
  74. throw up (one's) hands To indicate or express utter hopelessness: He threw up his hands and abandoned the argument.

Malayalam Meaning

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× എറി - Eri
× തള്ളുക - Thalluka
× കോപാവേശമുണ്ടാകുക - Kopaaveshamundaakuka | Kopaveshamundakuka
× ബൗള്‍ ചെയ്യുക - Baul‍ Cheyyuka | Boul‍ Cheyyuka
× അശ്രദ്ധമായി വസ്‌ത്രധാരണം ചെയ്യുക - Ashraddhamaayi Vasthradhaaranam Cheyyuka | Ashradhamayi Vasthradharanam Cheyyuka
× ചാടല്‍ - Chaadal‍ | Chadal‍
× ഇടുക - Iduka
× ആക്കുക - Aakkuka | akkuka
× ഏറ് - Eru
× പ്രതിദ്വന്ദിയെ വീഴ്‌ത്തുക - Prathidhvandhiye Veezhththuka | Prathidhvandhiye Veezhthuka
× ചൂതാടുക - Choothaaduka | Choothaduka
× ഏറുദൂരം - Erudhooram
× താഴെയിടുക - Thaazheyiduka | Thazheyiduka
× വീശുക - Veeshuka
× ചാണ്ടുക - Chaanduka | Chanduka
× കാണിക്കുക - Kaanikkuka | Kanikkuka
× വിതറുക - Vitharuka


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Matthew 4:6

and said to Him, "If You are the Son of God, throw Yourself down. For it is written: "He shall give His angels charge over you,' and, "In their hands they shall bear you up, Lest you dash your foot against a stone."'

നീ ദൈവപുത്രൻ എങ്കിൽ താഴത്തോട്ടു ചാടുക; “നിന്നെക്കുറിച്ചു അവൻ തന്റെ ദൂതന്മാരോടു കല്പിക്കും; അവൻ നിന്റെ കാൽ കല്ലിനോടു തട്ടാതവണ്ണം നിന്നെ കയ്യിൽ താങ്ങികൊള്ളും” എന്നു എഴുതിയിരിക്കുന്നുവല്ലോ എന്നു പറഞ്ഞു.

Matthew 15:26

But He answered and said, "It is not good to take the children's bread and throw it to the little dogs."

അവനോ: “മക്കളുടെ അപ്പം എടുത്തു നായകൂട്ടികൾക്കു ഇട്ടുകൊടുക്കുന്നതു നന്നല്ല” എന്നു ഉത്തരം പറഞ്ഞു.

Isaiah 22:17

Indeed, the LORD will throw you away violently, O mighty man, And will surely seize you.

എടോ, നിന്നെ യഹോവ തൂക്കിയെടുത്തു ചുഴറ്റി എറിഞ്ഞുകളയും.


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