||vomit, puke, barf, ralph, upchuck
||The baby will throw up if you bounce him after he's eaten.
||cause you to forget or stumble
||Don't let the large crowd throw you. Focus on your music.
|throw you to the dogs
||let you fight alone, let you fight the bad guys
||Let us help you. The pimps will throw you to the dogs.
|throw your weight around
||use power to scare you, power trip
||Bud throws his weight around - tells everybody what to do.
|throw yourself at him
||try too hard to impress him, push your love on him
||Be a little reserved, not so obvious. Don't throw yourself at him.
||added to a list, recipe, etc.; included afterwards
||The weather will be cloudy, with a shower or two thrown in.
||running well, working well, hit on all cylinders
||Sandro tuned the motor, and now it's ticking over beautifully.
||a little upset, annoyed, teed off
||Fred gets ticked off at people who throw butts out the window.
||known as, named, labeled
||If you do something funny, you'll be ticketed as the team clown.
||operating well, A-OK
||After they gave him insulin, everything was tickety-boo.