How to Conjugate Throw Out
- Infinitive: Throw Out
- Present Tense: Throw Out/ Throws Out
- -ing Form: Throwing Out
- Past Tense: Threw Out
- Past Participle: Thrown Out
Definitions of Throw Out:
1. When you get rid of something by putting it in a trash can, bin, etc.
Examples: Throw these old socks out, they stink! My mother threw out all my old comic books when she moved.
2. When you forcefully order people to leave a party, building, house, etc. The term “Kick Out” can be used interchangeably in this context.
Examples: Jim needs a place to stay. He was thrown out of his apartment last night when his party got too crazy.
The restaurant owner was throwing a drunk guest out just as we arrived.
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