nounSoccer & Rugby
An act of throwing the ball from the sideline to restart play after the ball has gone into touch.
More example sentences
- Sergio finds Valeron, who loses the ball but wins a throw-in.
- Silvestre helps him mop up by Heskeying the ball out for a throw-in.
- He boots it up the field and Ball concedes a throw-in deep in the Stuttgart half.
Definition of throw-in in:
- The US English dictionary