toss in


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Verb1.toss in - add casually to a conversationtoss in - add casually to a conversation; "`I don't agree with this,' she tossed in"
add, append, supply - state or say further; "`It doesn't matter,' he supplied"
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20 years ago, it was the first occasion that the toss in a Test was retaken.
Greek: Toss very lightly with olive oil, chopped fresh parsley, and chopped black olives; if you'd like to serve this cold, toss in some chopped cucumbers and fresh tomatoes.
This is rather tedious process, akin to a waiter in a Paris bistro telling a foreign patron to go to the kitchen, peel and slice a potato, set up the fryer, toss in the potato slices, fry them, then drain them if he really wants French fries.(He had better wash the dishes too, after this exercise.)