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

Translation 1 - 69 of 69

FrenchEnglish
NOUN   a throw | throws
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VERB  to throw | threw | thrown ... 
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SYNO   to cast | to cast off | to drop ... 
jeter qc.
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to throw sth.
lancer qc. [jeter]
19
to throw sth.
désarçonner qn. [déconcerter]to throw sb. [fig.] [disconcert, discompose]
effarer qn.to throw sb. [fig.] [disconcert, discompose]
envoyer qc. [balle, caillou]to throw sth.
arts tourner qc. [pot]to throw sth. [pot]
arts façonner qc. [faire de la poterie]to throw sth. [pottery]
Nouns
jet {m}throw
sport lancer {m} [coup]throw
2 Words: Verbs
méd. dégobiller (qc.) [fam.]to throw (sth.) up [coll.]
se jeterto throw oneself
précipiter qn. contre qc.to throw sb. against sth.
bouter qn.to throw sb. out
sortir qn. [fam.]to throw sb. out
mettre qn. à la porteto throw sb. out
flanquer qn. à la porte [fam.]to throw sb. out [also fig.]
flanquer qn. dehors [fam.]to throw sb. out [sl.]
relancer qc. [balle]to throw sth. again
renvoyer qc. [projectile, ballon]to throw sth. back
lancer qc. à qn.to throw sth. to sb.
gerber [fam.]to throw up [coll.] [to vomit]
2 Words: Nouns
sport lancer {m} du disquediscus throw
sport lancer {m} du javelotjavelin throw
jet {m} de pierrestone's throw
sport touche {f}throw-in
sport sortie {f} en touche [au football]throw-in
comm. marchandise {f} de rebutthrow-outs {pl}
3 Words: Verbs
donner une fêteto throw a party
faire une fête [fam.]to throw a party [coll.]
mettre qc. en douteto throw doubt on sth.
fin. jeter l'argent par les fenêtresto throw money away
tendre la perche à qn. [fig.]to throw sb. a line [fig.]
dr. jeter qn. en prisonto throw sb. in prison
désemparer qn.to throw sb. into confusion
jeter qn. dans le désarroito throw sb. into confusion
précipiter qn. dans le désarroi [fig.]to throw sb. into confusion [fig.]
dérouter qn.to throw sb. off (balance)
perturber qn.to throw sb. off balance [fig.]
virer qn. (de qc.) [fam.]to throw sb. out (of sth.) [sl.]
jeter qc. [mettre au rebut]to throw sth. away / out
relancer qc. [balle]to throw sth. back (again)
semer la confusion dans qc. [réunion]to throw sth. into confusion
semer la confusion dans qc. [réunion]to throw sth. into disarray
lapider qn./qc.to throw stones at sb./sth.
4 Words: Others
juste à deux pas {adv} [fig.]within a stone's throw [fig.]
4 Words: Verbs
jeux se défausser d'une carteto throw away a card
jeter le gant [fig.]to throw down the gauntlet [fig.]
jeter l'éponge [aussi fig.]to throw in the sponge [Br.] [idiom] [also fig.]
baisser les bras [fig.]to throw in the sponge [Br.] [idiom] [less common] [to throw in the towel]
apporter à qc. un éclairage nouveauto throw new light on sth.
se découvrir [perdre ses couvertures]to throw off one's bedclothes
jeter qn. dans la gueule du loupto throw sb. to the wolves
paniquer qn./qc.to throw sb./sth. into a panic
jeter qc. à la figure de qn. [objet, vérité, défi]to throw sth. in sb.'s face
jeter qc. en l'airto throw sth. into the air
flanquer qc. par terre [jeter]to throw sth. to the ground
mettre qc./qn. au rebut [aussi fig.]to throw sth./sb. on the scrapheap [also fig.]
5+ Words: Others
On ne lance pas de pierre quand on vit dans une maison de verre !People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones! [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
pol. précipiter un pays dans le chaos [fig.]to throw a country into chaos [fig.]
jeter de la poudre aux yeux de qn. [aussi fig.] [loc.]to throw dust into sb.'s eyes [also fig.] [idiom]
anat. se pendre au cou de qn.to throw one's arms around sb.'s neck
se jeter aux pieds de qn.to throw oneself at sb.'s feet
se jeter à l'eau [aussi fig.]to throw oneself into the water [also fig.]
se jeter du haut d'un pontto throw oneself off a bridge
se précipiter du haut d'un immeubleto throw oneself off the top of a building
se jeter à plat ventreto throw oneself to the ground
jeter de la poudre aux yeux de qn. [aussi fig.] [loc.]to throw sand into sb.'s eyes [also fig.] [idiom]
loc. mettre qn. sur la toucheto throw sb. on the scrap heap
jeter le bébé avec l'eau du bain [loc.]to throw the baby out with the bath water / bathwater [idiom]
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