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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Meanwhile, the Barbatas had 13 children, of which two, Sam and Chuck, came to the San Fernando Valley, Chuck in 1949, Sam in 1950.
Once the chuck is located by the taper, a series of locking pins are engaged to hold the chuck in place.