- TOSS SOMETHING OFF
- TOSS SOMETHING OFF (TO)делать что-то без больших усилий. В том числе, но не исключительно - быстро заглотить выпивку. Еще одно значение - проигнорировать критику, пропустить мимо ушей.
American slang. English-Russian dictionary. 2014.
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toss something off — 1) drink something rapidly or all at once Roger tossed off a full glass of Sauternes 2) produce something rapidly or without thought or effort some of the best letters are tossed off in a burst of inspiration * * * ˌtoss sthˈoff derived (BrE) to… … Useful english dictionary
toss something off — 1. tv. to do something quickly without much time or effort. □ It was no big deal. I tossed it off in thirty minutes. CD We can toss off the entire order in let’s say three hours. 2. tv. to drink something quickly. □ He tossed it off and ordered… … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
toss something off — drink something rapidly or all at once. → toss … English new terms dictionary
toss — 1 verb 1 THROW (T) to throw something, especially something light, with a quick gentle movement of your hand: toss sth into/down/out of etc: Toss that book over here, will you? | toss sth to sb: “Catch!” said Sandra, tossing her bag to him. |… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
toss off — verb 1. drink down entirely He downed three martinis before dinner She killed a bottle of brandy that night They popped a few beer after work • Syn: ↑pop, ↑bolt down, ↑belt down, ↑pour down, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
toss — verb 1》 throw lightly or casually. ↘(of a horse) throw (a rider) off its back. ↘throw (a coin) into the air so as to make a choice, based on which side of the coin faces uppermost when it lands. 2》 move from side to side or back and forth … English new terms dictionary
toss off something — toss off (something) to do or say something quickly, easily, and sometimes without thought. He simply tossed off a comment about what women want and it got him into a lot of trouble. He had a great memory for jokes, and could just toss them off… … New idioms dictionary
toss off — (something) to do or say something quickly, easily, and sometimes without thought. He simply tossed off a comment about what women want and it got him into a lot of trouble. He had a great memory for jokes, and could just toss them off one after… … New idioms dictionary
toss — toss1 [tɔs US to:s] v [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language] 1.) [T] to throw something, especially something light, with a quick gentle movement of your hand toss sth into/onto etc sth ▪ She crumpled the letter and… … Dictionary of contemporary English
toss — [tôs, täs] vt. [prob. < Scand, as in Norw dial. tossa, to spread, strew; akin to MLowG tōsen, to tear, ME ( to) tusen, to pull to pieces < IE base * dā( i) , to part, tear > TEASE] 1. to throw or pitch about; fling here and there; buffet … English World dictionary
toss off — ► toss off 1) drink (something) rapidly or all at once. 2) produce rapidly or without thought or effort. 3) Brit. vulgar slang masturbate. Main Entry: ↑toss … English terms dictionary