I. "throw up" vừa là phrasal verb ngoại động từ vừa là phrasal verb nội động từ
II. Cách dùng
1. Mang nghĩa"buồn nôn"
=When someone throws up, they vomit.
- She said she had thrown up after reading reports of the trial.
- I spent all night throwing up.
- I feel terrible – I’ve been throwing up all night!
- When I get seasick I throw up my food. (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: Khi bị say sóng tôi nôn ra cả thức ăn)
- He threw up his breakfast all over the back seat of the car.
- I still ate so much I had to throw up. (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: Tôi ăn nhiều đến độ tôi phải nôn ra)
- Children tend to throw up after eating when they move too much. (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: Trẻ con rất dễ ói nếu chúng chạy nhảy nhiều ngay sau khi ăn)
2. Mang nghĩa"ném cái gì đó lên trời"
=If something throws up dust, stones, or water, when it moves or hits the ground, it causes them to rise up into the air/to cause something such as dust or water to rise into the air
- If it had hit the Earth, it would have made a crater 100 miles across and thrown up an immense cloud of dust.
- The car wheels threw up a shower of stones.
- The referee is ready to throw up the ball and start play. (IELTS TUTOR giải thích: Trọng tài đã sẵn sàng ném quả bóng lên trời bắt đầu trận đấu)
3. Mang nghĩa"tạo thêm nhiều rắc rối"
=to produce something new or unexpected
4. Mang nghĩa"bỏ việc"
=If you throw up your job, you choose to leave it or stop doing it/to suddenly leave something such as your job or your home
- He's thrown up his job and gone off to Africa to work for a children's charity.
- They threw up the whole city lifestyle.
5. Mang nghĩa"tạo ra nhiều ý tưởng/ một cái gì đó/ai đó ấn tượng"
=To throw up a particular person or thing means to produce them or cause them to become noticeable/to produce new problems or ideas
- The political struggle threw up a strong leader.
- The meeting threw up some interesting ideas.
- Our market research threw up a few key facts.
- These studies have already thrown up some interesting results.
6. Mang nghĩa"xây dựng ẩu tả"
=If you say that a building or structure is thrown up, you mean that it is built or made very quickly, usually so that it is not of very good quality/to build something such as a house quickly and not very well
- In the slums, dwellings are thrown up in any available space.
- Youths threw up barricades on the streets
- A wall was hastily thrown up to provide some shelter.