Spanish Word for toss  

English Word: toss

Spanish Word: arrojar
The Spanish Word for toss
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Translated sentences containing 'toss'
Do you have a little bit of oil that you can put (toss) on the nuts?
¿Tienes un poquito de aceite que se pueda echar en las tuercas?

This is an important subject; it cannot be left merely to the luck of the toss.
Es un tema importante que no puede dejarse simplemente a su suerte.
Mr President, I am not about to start arguing the toss with Mr Swoboda over where the Balkans begin.
Señor Presidente, no quiero discutir ahora con el Sr. Swoboda sobre dónde comienzan los Balcanes.
Unfortunately, the weather was dreadful - black clouds, rain, lightning, storms - and the plane began to toss about.
Lamentablemente, el tiempo era malo - nubarrones, lluvia, rayos, tormenta - y el avión empezó a tambalearse.
It is not right that we should have to trudge up on foot or argue the toss with officials of Parliament who refuse us access to the lifts.
Es increíble que tengamos que subir a pie por las escaleras o entablar una discusión con los funcionarios de este Parlamento que se niegan a dejarnos tomar el ascensor.
It also made an excellent British delicacy called pork scratchings - which I just toss in so as to keep the interpreters on their toes.
También fabricaba una excelente especialidad británica llamada cortezas de cerdo -que menciono aquí sólo para mantener alerta a los intérpretes.
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