метание; бросание; толчок ; подбрасывание монеты; сотрясение; падение; жеребьевка ;
бросать; кидать; швырять; поднимать на рога; сбрасывать; вскидывать; отбрасывать; подниматься и опускаться; носиться; беспокойно метаться; разметаться; реять; промывать руду
- If you want more money, toss in a gold coin, and you will quickly be ankle-deep in gold.
- Young people will admit (where the middle-aged seldom will) that they don't give a toss who wins, but they are almost never intentionally rude.
- Add the chilli to the vinaigrette dressing, pour over the salad and toss.
- Toss the beef in the teriyaki in a large bowl and leave to marinade for 1-;2hr.
- The winner of the toss usually wound his string around his hand except for the last six inches, this ensured a good sharp and hard blow on the other conker.
- If the toss was fair and he misses it, he is out and must sit on the floor in the middle.
- That way, when you bust your board, you don't just toss it in the garbage.
- Toss ribs in sauce until completely coated.
- Gower won the toss and inserted West Indies, only for Haynes to hold the innings together as his partners got in and then out.
- 1 Heat the oil and butter together in a pan and when the butter has melted, toss in the beans.
- won the toss and invited Warwickshire to bat
- London Underground is spending 100,000 on research to find out why so many of us like to toss ourselves on the rails.
- It was a relief not to weep and toss sleepless at night after such tragedies but her own indifference shocked and troubled her.