Chuck into - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
chuck (something) into (something)
To put or pack something into something else, perhaps hastily or carelessly. I was in such a rush that I just chucked some clothes into my bag right before l left for the airport.
chuck something into something and chuck something in
to pack something into something. She chucked her clothes into the suitcase and left. Just chuck in all your clothes and let's go.
References in periodicals archive
I put the shirt on under my hunting clothes and really felt as though I was taking Chuck into
the woods with me.
While the vermin-ridding Colt Woodsman may have occasionally gotten Chuck into
trouble, his Smith & Wesson Model 66 kept him out of a potential dilemma on at least one occasion that I know about.
A probe checks that the jaw has moved from the chuck into