|throw good money after bad
||spend more on a failure, repair a poor product
||If we fix that TV again, we'll be throwing good money after bad.
|throw in the towel
||quit fighting, give up
||Don't throw in the towel. One more year and you'll graduate.
||say rude things, insult someone
||When you don't get what you want, you start throwing insults.
|throw me for a loop
||confuse me, it phased me out
||The question on parliamentary procedure threw me for a loop.
|throw on a dog for you
||cook a wiener for you, make a a hotdog for you
||Hal was cooking wieners on the barbecue. "Can I throw on a dog for you?" he asked.
||put in the garbage, discard, throw away
||Do you want these old magazines, or should I throw them out?
|throw some light on
||explain, give information, shed a little light on
||Martin, can you throw some light on the DNA? Explain it to us?
|throw that in
||mention that, suggest that
||Don't forget to add the sales tax - just thought I'd throw that in.
|throw the baby out with the bath water
||throw away something good with the waste, discard everything
||Keep the good subjects when you revise the course. Don't throw the baby out with the bath water!
|throw the book at
||punish to the maximum, come down hard
||Drunk drivers deserve the full penalty. Throw the book at them!