chuck up (BE) - vomit: I nearly chucked up
Not because I'm a fan of marital harmony or anything, but because they both have completely noxious romantic subplots now, subplots that make me want to chuck up
After a few weeks of chucking up
and feeling generally awful, my mother asked me the $64,000 question, ‘Wendy, are you having a baby?’
No-one appeared to know I was chucking up
thanks to Uncle Alcohol.
chuck (with in - BE)
2.1 Give up (a job or activity): Richard chucked in
That's when the Minish athlete chucked in
her pensionable job for the hard world of professional athletics, but she has been an admirable student since then.
Oh, and did I mention that 12 months prior I had chucked in
a cushy job in a University Science department to pursue this dream?
Freshly enrolled in Ballyfermot senior college in Dublin, the former waiter knew he was right to have chucked in
his old job and turned his hand to journalism.
to discard; get rid of(US) to quit (as one's job)
chuck 1 (chŭk)
tr.v. chucked, chuck·ing, chucks
1. To pat or squeeze fondly or playfully, especially under the chin.
a. To throw or toss: chucked stones into the water.
b. Informal To throw out; discard: chucked my old sweater.
c. Informal To force out; eject: chucking out the troublemakers.
3. Informal To give up; quit: chucked her job
. - (without preposition)
: pat, tap
a : toss, throw
b : discard
c : dismiss, oust —used especially with out chucked out of office>
: give up <<b>chucked his job> - (without preposition)