throw\ out


throw\ out
1. III
1) throw out smth., smb. /smth., smb. out/ throw out old letters (stale food, whatever is useless, etc.) выбрасывать старые письма и т.д.; we threw the drunk out into the street мы вышвырнули /выставили/ пьяного на улицу; he's making too much noise, throw him out он слишком шумно себя ведет, вышвырните его вон; throw out sparks искрить, выбрасывать искры; throw out roots выбрасывать корни; throw out a lifeline бросать-спасательную веревку
2) threw out smth. /smth. out/ throw out strong (dim, etc.) light излучать сильный и т.д. свет; throw out a loud shriek испускать громкий пронзительный крик
3) throw out smth. /smth. out/ throw one's chest out выпячивать грудь; throw out feelers a) выпускать щупальца; б) прощупывать (что-л.)
4) throw out smth. throw out a hint намекать; throw out an idea подать мысль; throw out a jest пошутить мимоходом; throw out a challenge бросить вызов; the committee threw out a few suggestions комитет внес несколько предложений
5) throw out smth. throw out out a circuit tech. выключать схему
6) throw out smth., smb. throw out a motion (a suggestion, a scheme, etc.) отвергать /не принимать/ предложение и т.д., throw out the bill отклонить законопроект; throw out candidates провалить /не избрать/ кандидатов [на выборах]
7) throw out smb. /smb. out/ interruptions always throw me out я всегда сбиваюсь, если меня прерывают; keep quiet or you'll throw me out помолчите, a то я собьюсь
2. XI
1) be thrown out in some manner he was thrown out bodily его буквально вышвырнули; be thrown out for smth. he was thrown out for incompetence его выгнали за профессиональную непригодность
2) be thrown out by smb. several suggestions for possible examination questions were thrown out by the teacher несколько предложений относительно возможных экзаменационных вопросов были высказаны преподавателем

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • throw out — index discharge (dismiss), dislodge, displace (remove), eject (evict), eject (expel) …   Law dictionary

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  • throw-out — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun ( s) Etymology: throw out 1. : an act or instance of throwing out 2. : one that is rejected or discarded the attack on the government was led by envious throw outs George Orwell the throw outs of ten generations, hou …   Useful english dictionary

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