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Past participle for to (attempt) to elude or escape from someone or something
“Could this killer have used different methods to deliberately throw off the police?”
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Past participle for to discard or get rid of something
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Throw off your old winter wraps, and put on your new spring dress.”
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Past participle for to divert one's mind or attention (to something else)
“Then, a loud noise would throw me off.”
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Past participle for to launch something in a given direction or from a height
“I won't break if you throw me off from the highest building, but I will break if you place me in the ocean. What am I?”
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Past participle for to disconcert or cause to be confused
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Past participle for to solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim)
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Past participle for to remove or take off, especially one's clothing
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Past participle for to perplex (someone) greatly
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Knocked for a loop
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Past participle for to remove or clear a block or obstruction from
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Past participle for to evade (an opponent) by moving faster or with greater agility
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Past participle for to radiate or give off, especially rays of light
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Past participle for to expel or discharge, typically gas or light
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Past participle for to ooze, or pass slowly through pores or other small openings
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Past participle for to cause disarray or disorganization in the order of
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Past participle for to eject, or be ejected, especially suddenly or violently
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(trip someone up) Past participle for to detect or expose someone in a mistake or inconsistency
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Past participle for to pour from, or as from, a container, especially by accident
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Past participle for to abandon or leave something or someone
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Past participle for to persuade or convince someone not to do something
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(also used as simple past tense under some contexts) Showing bewilderment
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Done without being planned or rehearsed
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Adverb
Taken unawares
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