hurl ( hurls 3rd person present) ( hurling present participle) ( hurled past tense & past participle )
1 verb If you hurl something, you throw it violently and with a lot of force.
Groups of angry youths hurled stones at police... V n prep
Simon caught the grenade and hurled it back... V n with adv
Gangs rioted last night, breaking storefront windows and hurling rocks and bottles. V n
2 verb If you hurl abuse or insults at someone, you shout insults at them aggressively.
How would you handle being locked in the back of a cab while the driver hurled abuse at you? V n at n, Also V n
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary
cast, chuck (informal) fire, fling, heave, launch, let fly, pitch, project, propel, send, shy, sling, throw, toss
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