throw-out

throw-out

n
(Team Sports, other than specified) (in handball) an instance when the goalkeeper can throw the ball to a teammate because an opposing player hit the ball over the back line
Translations

throw-out

[ˈθrəʊaʊt] Ncosa f desechada
his flat is furnished with other people's throw-outstiene amueblado el piso con lo que otra gente no quería
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Good scavengers like us could find wonders during a late-night foray to the high end of the eastern suburbs at throw-out time.
What of the increasing number of youth who represent the underachievers, the failures, the drop-outs and the throw-outs, not to mention the youth from the privileged group who were starving for motivation and a glimpse of their potential amidst homes of plenty?
This includes compliance with net size and design, as well as scheduled fish-catch periods/seasons and minimum size of fish and throw-outs.
That's a lot of stolen bases, and not a lot of throw-outs, especially for a young player," said Francona, who added that Ellsbury's quest to set a team record in stolen bases is only relevant if it is part of the Sox winning games.
Footwork on getting to all ground balls and throw-outs at 1st base.
During his time at Spurs, which ended with a broken finger in 1958, Ditchburn had as one of his full-backs, Alf Ramsey, later the England manager triumphant in 1966, who had noted how the goalkeeper's throw-outs led to speedy attacks.
A special word also for new keeper Ronald Waterreus whose throw-outs are longer than Stefan Klos's kick-outs.
Braddock also turned provider with two quick throw-outs helping to set up two goals.
Within an instant he had sent Yorke speeding away on the half-way line with one of his superb throw-outs.