throw it v.
(Aus.) to stop doing something .
|Experience (2000) 57: If there are no developments that we think make it worth-while, have I your permission to throw it?letter 30 Nov. in|
SE in slang uses
see throw the bull under throw v.
(US) to criticize someone, to hold someone up as an object of reproach.
|‘Two Sundowners’ in Roderick (1972) 100: You’ll always be throwin’ it up to me afterwards that I done you out of a job.|
|Boy’s Own Paper 27 July 675: It was the height of meanness, he declared, for a fellow to ask another fellow to have some oranges and then to throw them into his teeth half an hour after he had eaten them.|
|Anecdota Americana I 22: Now listen Cohen, I don’t throw it up to you that he laid my Becky over on the couch. I don’t throw it up to you that he screwed my Becky there.|
|World to Win 222: It was hell having to sponge off people whom you used to ride and razz and who now took great delight in throwing it up to you.|
|You’re in the Racket, Too 39: ‘You always help me to spend it.’ ‘Throwing it up in me face now.’.|
|Queens’ Vernacular 196: throw it up [in one’s face] to never let somebody live something down.|
|Come Monday Morning 41: Throwin’ it up to me ’cause my wife had to get out’n work.|
|Blow Your House Down 51: I’m afraid he’ll throw it up at me.|