chuck in


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chuck in

vb (adverb)
1. (tr) Brit to abandon or give up: chuck in a hopeless attempt.
2. (intr) Austral to contribute to the cost of something
Translations

w>chuck in

vt sep (Brit inf) jobhinschmeißen (inf), → an den Nagel hängen (inf); to chuck it (all) inden Laden hinschmeißen (inf)
References in classic literature ?
He would do it like a shot, and chuck in a lot of legal words to make it sound right.
Meanwhile, the Barbatas had 13 children, of which two, Sam and Chuck, came to the San Fernando Valley, Chuck in 1949, Sam in 1950.
If you change chuck jaws twice per day, the savings will pay for the cost of a QJC chuck in a very short time.