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  1. toss

    • IPA[tɒs]

    英式

    • v.
      throw (something) somewhere lightly or casually;(of a horse) throw (a rider) off its back.
    • n.
      an act or instance of tossing something;the action of tossing a coin as a method of deciding which team has the right to make a particular decision at the beginning of a game
    • verb: toss, 3rd person present: tosses, gerund or present participle: tossing, past tense: tossed, past participle: tossed

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. throw (something) somewhere lightly or casually:

      Suzy tossed her bag on to the sofa

      she tossed me a box of matches

    • 2. (of a horse) throw (a rider) off its back.
    • 3. throw (a coin) into the air in order to make a decision between two alternatives, based on which side of the coin faces uppermost when it lands:

      we could just toss a coin

      he tossed up between courgettes and tomatoes and courgettes won

    • 4. settle a matter with (someone) by tossing a coin:

      I'll toss you for it

    • 5. move or cause to move from side to side or back and forth:

      the trees tossed in the wind

      the yachts were tossed around like toys in the harbour

    • 6. jerk (one's head or hair) sharply backwards:

      Paula pursed her lips and tossed her head

      she stood up, tossing her hair out of her eyes

    • 7. shake or turn (food) in a liquid, so as to coat it lightly:

      toss the pasta in the sauce

    • 8. search (a place):

      I could demand her keys and toss her office

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act or instance of tossing something:

      a defiant toss of her head

      the toss of a coin

    • 2. the action of tossing a coin as a method of deciding which team has the right to make a particular decision at the beginning of a game:

      Somerset won the toss and chose to bat

    • n. the tossing of a coin to make a decision between two alternatives.

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    • n.
      a ball pitched right up to the batsman.
    • adv.
      without the ball having touched the ground.

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    • n. the tossing of a coin to make a decision between two alternatives.

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    • adj. exposed to or characterized by strong winds and rain:

    • a boat on storm-tossed seas

      the wet and storm-tossed winter months

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    • adj. exposed to or characterized by strong winds and rain:

    • a boat on storm-tossed seas

      the storm-tossed politics of recent years

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    • ph. drink something rapidly or all at once

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    • n. a gambling game in which the player who manages to throw a coin closest to a mark gets to toss all the coins, winning those that land with the head up.

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    • ph. dispute a decision or choice already made

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    • IPA[tôs]

    美式

    • v.
      throw (something) somewhere lightly, easily, or casually:
    • Suzy tossed her bag onto the sofa

      she tossed me a box of matches

    • n.
      an action or instance of tossing something:
    • a defiant toss of her head

      the toss of a coin

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