throw out of

throw someone or something out of something

 and throw someone or something out
to eject someone or something from something or a place. The intruder tried to throw Walter out of the window. He went to the window and threw out Walter.
See also: of, out, throw

throw someone out of something

 and throw someone out
to force a person to leave a place or an organization. John behaved so badly that they threw him out of the party. I was very loud, but they didn't throw me out.
See also: of, out, throw