|throw a game
||deliberately lose a game, cause your team to lose, take a dive
||They said that Red threw his last game of pool, but I think
he's too honest to do that.
|throw a kiss
||kiss your hand and wave, blow a kiss
||When Madonna threw a kiss to her fans, they cheered.
|throw a monkey wrench into the works
||wreck a project, monkeywrenching, piss in the pickles
||The report that coffee causes cancer threw a monkey wrench into our plans to import coffee.
|throw a party
||invite people to a party, have a party
||Connie throws the best parties. Everybody has a great time.
|throw a tantrum
||show your bad temper, make a scene
||When I refused to buy candy for Reggie, he threw a tantrum.
||put in the garbage, throw out
||I threw away those old magazines. I hope you didn't want them.
|throw caution to the wind
||live or act carelessly, not be cautious
||Let's throw caution to the wind and buy ten dresses!
||vomit, puke, barf, hurl, woof your cookies
||One look at those oysters and she started throwing chunks. Yuk!
|throw cold water on
||discourage, cause you to lose interest
||Don't be negative. Don't throw cold water on our travel plans.
|throw down your arms
||stop fighting or arguing, bury the hatchet
||It's time to throw down your arms and forgive him.