chuck (something) in (to something)

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chuck (something) in (to something)

To place, pack, or throw into a receptacle of some kind, especially hastily and/or haphazardly. My alarm didn't go off on time on the morning of my flight, so I had to just chuck all my clothes into a suitcase and run out the door. The great thing about cooking stews is you don't need a lot of precision—just chop up a bunch of meat and vegetables, and then chuck them all in!
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The next stage, of course, is to be able to do that 10 times a season and chuck in another dozen or so bread-and-butter tap-ins for good measure.
It now appears that not only was Chuck in bed with the insurance industry, he went on vacation with them.