1. [19C+] to vomit.
2. in transitive senses.
(a) [mid-19C] (US Und.) to cheat, to rob.
(b) [late 19C+] (US) to do, to perform, to put across; thus thrower n.
(c) [late 19C; 1940s+] (US) to shoot a bullet.
(d) [1900s] (US Und.) to send to prison.
(e) [1930s] (US black) to cast a spell.
(f) [1940s–50s] (US Und.) to rob at gunpoint.
(g) [1980s+] (US) to sell, e.g. throw joints, to sell marijuana cigarettes.
3. [mid-19C+] (orig. US) to disconcert, to surprise, to worry.
4. in senses of SE throw away.
(a) [mid-19C+] to lose deliberately, esp. in sports.
(b) [20C+] (US) to get rid of, to overcome; of a police officer, to drop a charge.
5. [1920s+] (US) to host a party or social event.
6. [1930s] to go out on a spree.
7. [1970s+] to have sexual intercourse.
[20C+] (US) to brag, to boast, to claim what one cannot achieve.