Definition of Throw in at the deep end

1. Verb. (idiomatic) to introduce a person to a new situation without adequately preparing him or her. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Throw In At The Deep End

throw away the key
throw back
throw caution to the wind
throw chunks
throw cold water on
throw dirt
throw dirt enough, and some will stick
throw down
throw down one's tools
throw down the gauntlet
throw enough mud at the wall, some of it will stick
throw enough mud at the wall and some of it will stick
throw for a loop
throw good money after bad
throw in
throw in at the deep end (current term)
throw in the bark
throw in the sponge
throw in the towel
throw in with
throw money away
throw off
throw off balance
throw off the trail
throw on
throw one's cap over the windmill
throw one's hat in the ring
throw one's hat into the ring
throw one's hat over the windmill
throw one's name in the hat

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