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throw in

verb (transitive, adverb)
1.
to add (something extra) at no additional cost
2.
to contribute or interpose (a remark, argument, etc), esp in a discussion
3.
throw in one's hand
  1. (in cards) to concede defeat by putting one's cards down
  2. to give in and accept defeat; discontinue a venture
4.
throw in the towel, throw in the sponge
  1. (in boxing) to concede defeat by the throwing of a towel (or sponge) into the ring by a second
  2. to give in and accept defeat; discontinue a venture
noun
5.
(soccer) the method of putting the ball into play after it has gone into touch by throwing it two-handed from behind the head, both feet being kept on the ground
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