throw (one's) voice(redirected from threw your voice)
throw (one's) voice
To cause one's voice to sound as if it were coming from a distant location or some other person or thing. He was able to throw his voice so well that he'd convince you he was right behind you. She threw her voice to make it sound like the large stuffed bear was talking.
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throw one's voice
to project one's voice so that it seems to be coming from some other place. The ventriloquist threw his voice. Jane can throw her voice, so I thought she was standing behind me.
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throw one’s voice
tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. Willy’s in the john throwing his voice.
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