throw aside

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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to discard)
a. tirar al lado
Julia threw aside the gossip magazine sheepishly when her friend walked in.Julia tiró la revista de chismes al lado avergonzada cuando entró su amiga.
b. apartar
Thelma threw aside the clothes in the chest that she didn't want.Thelma apartó la ropa del baúl que no quería.
2. (to forget)
a. dejar de lado
Don't you think it's time you two threw aside your petty squabbles?¿No les parece ya hora de dejar de lado sus riñas insignificantes?
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throw aside
transitive verb
[+object] echar a un lado
he threw the manuscript aside he was sitting on the bonnet of the car but was thrown aside when it suddenly moved off
dejar
I've been thrown aside for a younger woman me han dejado por una mujer más joven
all former distinctions of Party are thrown aside, and the illusion of their principles is forgotten world javelin champion Fatima Whitbread has thrown aside her strict fitness programme to achieve the biggest goal of her life # starting a family they have thrown aside the cornerstone of their policy detectives threw aside caution and looked for a different explanation
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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