throw upward; cast; throw
(cause to) move restlessly from side to side or up and down; shake; sway; joggle; rock
"the pass was fumbled"
"a toss of his head"
"flip me the beachball"
"toss me newspaper"
"I don't know what to do--I may as well flip a coin!"
"chuck the ball"
"The feverish patient thrashed around in his bed"
"Put away your worries"
"toss the salad"
Botham won the toss and put West Indies in to bat.
出自： G. Boycott
I recommend a toss that reaches its apex just before your racquet meets the ball.
Be no more children, tossed to and fro, and caried about with euery winde of doctrine.
出自：Bible (AV): Ephesians
When reproved, she..whined, tossing herself this way and that.
出自： B. Vine
We'd better toss for the last ticket.
We'll toss for the armchair.
He has tossed his ball into our house.
The fisherman tossed his net into the water.
She tossed herself into his arms happily.
He was tossed into jail in 2000.
She was tossed into prison without trial.
他把大衣扔到沙发上。 toss on sth
Yesterday his stomach trouble flared up again .He tossed on the bed in pain.