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throw someone or something into something

 and throw someone or something in
to cast or hurl someone or something into something. The cops threw Max into jail again. The warden opened the cell door and threw in the prisoner. We threw the aluminum cans in the bin.
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throw yourself into something

to do something with a lot of energy and enthusiasm I threw myself into the Spanish classes and after three months I could carry on a simple conversation.
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throw into

v.
1. To put someone or something suddenly or forcefully into some condition, position, or activity: The funny movie threw him into a fit of laughter.
2. To devote, apply, or direct someone or something to someone or something: The committee threw all of its resources into the fundraiser. The students threw themselves into their homework.
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