chuck out(redirected from chuck you out)
chuck (something) out
To throw away or dispose of something. It always annoyed me having to chuck out so much of people's food when I worked in the restaurant. I think it's about time we chuck the old clothes out.
1. To force someone to leave a place, perhaps violently. A noun or pronoun can be used between "chuck" and "out." They chucked us out of the movie for talking.
2. To dispose of something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "chuck" and "out." I need to chuck these old clothes out because they haven't fit me in years. Please chuck out all of those papers on the floor.