What is another word for throw in?

132 synonyms found


[ θɹˈə͡ʊ ˈɪn], [ θɹˈə‍ʊ ˈɪn], [ θ_ɹ_ˈəʊ ˈɪ_n]

"Throw in" is a phrasal verb that means to add something extra or make a concession. When written down, it can be replaced with terms such as "include", "add", "offer", "contribute", or "donate". Synonyms for this phrase can also be used depending on the context in which it is used, such as "put in", "mix in", "factor in", or "put forward". Each of these words can be used to convey a slightly nuanced meaning, but ultimately, they all suggest some form of addition or compromise. Being familiar with these synonyms can help in adding variety and clarity to your writing or conversations.

Related words: give up, give up on something, give up on cooking, give up on an idea, throwing in the towel, give up on the game, giving up on your dreams, giving up hope, giving up your job

Synonyms for Throw in:

How to use "Throw in" in context?

Throw in usually means to add something to a recipe, container, or activity, as an afterthought or contingency. A throw-in can be anything your heart desires; from dried cranberries to ground beef. Sometimes throw-ins are essential, like diced tomatoes or green onions, while other times they are just nice to have, like crumbled cheese. There is no right or wrong answer- as long as there's a good balance of flavor and convenience, go for it!

As with most things in life, the key to bringing out the best in a throw-in is to have a plan.

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