n.<俚>[棒球]用力或猛烈的投掷 vt.用力投掷,愤慨地说出,丢下,推翻 vi.猛投,猛掷
名词:hurler 动词过去式:hurled 过去分词:hurled 现在分词:hurling 第三人称单数:hurls
v [Tn, Tn.pr, Tn.p]
1 throw (sth/sb/oneself) violently; fling 用力扔（某物）; 用力摔（某人）; 猛扑
*rioters hurling stones at the police 向警察扔石子的暴徒
* He hurled himself into his work. 他完全扑在工作上.
* She was hurled to her death. 她被人砸死了.
2 (fig 比喻) utter (sth) with force; shout; yell 大声说出（某事）; 叫喊; 叫嚷
*hurl insults at sb 厉声辱骂某人.
Probably copying the action] [T always + adverb/preposition]
to throw something with a lot of force, especially because you are angry Demonstrators were hurling bricks through the windows. He hurled a chair across the set, smashing lamps and vases.hurl abuse/insults/accusations etc (at sb)
to shout at someone in a loud and angry way He was accused of hurling abuse at the referee.hurl yourself at/against etc sb/sthalsohurl yourself down
to throw yourself at someone or something with a lot of force She wanted to hurl herself into his arms. [I and T]AmE informal