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2 Translation results for throw in Spanish

verb | noun

throw verb

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threw, has thrown, is throwing, throws
tirar, lanzar, echar, arrojar, aventar; desmontar (a un jinete); proyectar
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Example sentences of
throw verb

  • She threw the ball to first base.
  • We threw our hats in the air at the end of the ceremony.
  • Let's see how far you can throw.
  • You throw like a wimp.
  • She threw her coat on the bed.
  • Don't throw your trash on the ground. Throw it in the trash can.
  • The wrestler threw his opponent to the mat.
  • The crash threw the driver from the car.
  • She was thrown from the horse.
  • The storm threw the boat against a reef.

Detailed synonyms for throw verb

1. Throw, cast, toss, fling, hurl, pitch, sling, lob, chuck significan causar que algo se mueva con rapidez por el espacio mediante un movimiento o una fuerza de propulsión.
  • Throw es general e intercambiable con los otros términos, pero puede indicar en particular un movimiento de propulsión que se realiza con el brazo <can throw the ball over the far fence>.
  • Cast suele indicar ligereza en la cosa que se tira, y a veces indica un esparcir <casting occasional glances at the girl across the room>.
  • Toss connota tirar algo de forma ligera o descuidada, y puede indicar un movimiento hacia arriba <tossed her jacket onto the floor>.
  • Fling recalca el tirar algo vigorosamente con cierto grado de puntería y control <flung himself onto the bed>.
  • Hurl indica impulsar algo con fuerza y poder, como si se estuviese tirando algo masivo y pesado <hurled the bottle across the room>.
  • Pitch connota el tirar algo con cuidado hacia un blanco <pitching for the Red Sox>, o tirar de forma descuidada y ligera <pitched the broken watch into the wastebasket>.
  • Sling connota el impulsar con un movimiento amplio, normalmente de forma súbita y con fuerza <slung the bag over his shoulder>.
  • Lob connota lanzar o pegar fácilmente, generalmente con un gran arco <he was out on the lawn lobbing balls to his son>.
  • Chuck, un término informal y coloquial, simplemente significa lanzar <surprised him by chucking a fast one>, pero frecuentemente también significa desechar como si fuese tirándolo en el bote de basura <suddenly chucked his whole career>.
2. See: Waste

throw noun

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tiro, tirada, lanzamiento, lance (de dados)

Example sentences of
throw noun

  • The quarterback made a perfect throw.
  • He lost all his winnings on his last throw.
  • a discus throw of 200 feet
  • It's a long throw from center field to home plate.

Synonyms of
throw noun

Phrasal verbs for throw

Related phrases for throw

Reverse translation for throw

tirar  - to pull, to draw, to throw, to hurl, to toss, to shoot, to throw away, to throw out, to waste, to attract, to knock down, to shoot, to fire, to launch, to get by, to manage, to take (a photo), to print, to run off 
lanzar  - to throw, to hurl, to pitch, to launch, to roll out 
echar  - to start off, to throw, to cast, to hurl, to throw out, to expel, to emit, give off, to sprout, to put forth, to fire, to dismiss, to put in, to add 
arrojar  - to hurl, to cast, to throw, to give off, to spew out, to yield, to produce, to vomit 
aventar  - to fan, to winnow, to throw, to toss 
desmontar  (a un jinete) - to clear, to level off, to dismount, to dismantle, to take apart 
proyectar  - to plan, to throw, to hurl, to project, to cast (light or shadow), to show, to screen (a film) 
tiro  - shot, gunshot, shot, kick (in sports), flue, team (of horses, etc.) 
tirada  - throw, distance, stretch, printing, issue 
lanzamiento  - throw, pitch (in baseball), launching, launch 
lance  (de dados) - event, incident, quarrel, throw, cast (of a net, etc.), move, play (in a game), throw (of dice) 
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