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To throw out: to discard (S); to remove by force (S); to refuse to consider, to reject (S) PRENTICE HALL REGENTS Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632 - 43 - ESSENTIAL IDIOMS IN ENGLISH by ROBERT J. DIXSON o Instead of throwing out our paper waste in the office, we should recycle it. o When a fight broke out between two people on the dance floor, the management threw them out. o The judge threw the case out because there was insufficient evidence to try the defendant successfully. to throw up: to erect or construct quickly (S); to vomit (S) o The Red Cross threw up temporary shelters for the homeless victims of the earthquake.
To take over: to assume control or responsibility for (S); to do or perform again (S) The meaning of the second definition is almost the same as do over in Lesson 11. also for the second definition, a noun or pronoun must divide the idiom. o That large investment company specializes in taking over smaller businesses that are in financial trouble. o Most students didn't do well on the important test, so the instructor let them take it over. o Little Mickey didn't have much chance to hit the baseball during practice, so the coach let him take his turn over.
To be up to (something): to be doing something; to be planning or plotting something, scheming The first definition usually takes the form of a question. o Hi, Jake. I haven't seen you in a long time. What have you been up to? o Those boys hiding behind the building must be up to something bad. to beat around the bush: to avoid discussing directly, to evade the issue o Our boss beats around the bush so much that no one in the office knows exactly what he wants us to do. o Instead of beating around the bush, Melinda explained her objection in very clear terms.