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
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Translations

w>chuck in

vt sep (Brit inf) jobhinschmeißen (inf), → an den Nagel hängen (inf); to chuck it (all) inden Laden hinschmeißen (inf)
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