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French-English translation for: to throw sth
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English-French Dictionary: to throw sth

to throw sth.
jeter qc.
lancer qc. [jeter]
envoyer qc. [balle, caillou]
mouliner qc. [tissu]textile
to throw sth. [pot]
tourner qc. [pot]arts
to throw sth. [pottery]
façonner qc. [faire de la poterie]arts
to throw (sth.) up [coll.]
dégobiller (qc.) [fam.]méd.
to throw sb. against sth.
précipiter qn. contre qc.
to throw sth. again
relancer qc. [balle]
to throw sth. away
gâcher qc. [vie, talent]
jeter qc. [mettre au rebut]
to throw sth. back
renvoyer qc. [projectile, ballon]
to throw sth. on [coll.] [clothes]
enfiler qc. en vitesse [vêtements]vêt.
to throw sth. out
jeter qc. [mettre au rebut]
to throw sth. to sb.
lancer qc. à qn.
to throw dice for sth.
jouer de qc. aux désjeux
to throw doubt on sth.
mettre qc. en doute
to throw light on sth.
éclairer qc. [situation]
to throw sb. out (of sth.) [sl.]
virer qn. (de qc.) [fam.]
to throw sth. back (again)
relancer qc. [balle]
to throw sth. into confusion
semer la confusion dans qc. [réunion]
to throw sth. into disarray
semer la confusion dans qc. [réunion]
to throw stones at sb./sth.
lapider qn./qc.
to throw new light on sth.
apporter à qc. un éclairage nouveau
to throw sb./sth. into a panic
paniquer qn./qc.
to throw sth. in sb.'s face
jeter qc. à la figure de qn. [objet, vérité, défi]
to throw sth. into the air
jeter qc. en l'air
to throw sth. on the bonfire
faire un autodafé de qc. [fig.]
to throw sth. to the ground
flanquer qc. par terre [jeter]
to throw sth./sb. on the scrapheap [also fig.]
mettre qc./qn. au rebut [aussi fig.]
to be only a stone's throw from sth. [idiom]
n'être qu'à deux pas de qc. [loc.]
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