Phrasal Verb 'Chuck'

We have 6 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Chuck'.

Chuck away

Meaning: Dispose of something you no longer need or want

Example: I CHUCKED AWAY all my old records years ago when CDs came out.

Chuck in

Meaning: Quit something

Example: I CHUCKED my job IN to go travelling.

Chuck in

Meaning: Make a comment

Example: I CHUCKED IN a few points at the end of the discussion.

Chuck out

Meaning: Dispose of something you no longer need or want

Example: I CHUCKED OUT some stuff I found in the fridge that had gone bad.

Chuck up

Meaning: Vomit, be sick

Example: He got ridiculously drunk and CHUCKED UP in the back of the minicab on the way home.

Chuck up

Meaning: Quit something

Example: She didn't like the course, so she CHUCKED it UP after a few weeks.