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chuck
British English: /tʃʌk/
American English: /tʃək/

Translation of chuck in French:

noun

transitive verb

  • 2
    [informal]
    (get rid of)
    (informal) (boyfriend, girlfriend)
  • 3 (stroke) See examples: to chuck somebody under the chin
    caresser quelqu'un sous le menton

Phrasal verbs

chuck away

(informal)
chuck [something] away, chuck away [something] 1.1 (discard) 1.2 (squander)
(chance, life)
(money)

chuck down

(informal)
it's chucking it down

chuck in

(informal)
chuck [something] in, chuck in [something]
(job, studies)

chuck out

(informal)
1 chuck [something] out, chuck out [something]
(rubbish, clothes)
2 chuck [somebody] out, chuck out [somebody] to be chucked out of
se faire vider de
(college, club)

chuck up

(slang)
1 chuck up 2 chuck [something] up, chuck up [something]

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