"to throw a party"
to plan, arrange and host a social gathering
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Two colleagues are talking ...
Colleague 1: I think we should throw a party to celebrate Jan's promotion.
Colleague 2: What? Here in the office?
Colleague 1: Sure. Why not? I'll order in a few pizzas. You can run out and pick up a case of wine. I'll get Theresa to go to the party store and pick up some glasses, napkins and decorations. It will be fun.
Colleague 2: Sounds like a lot of work and expense to me but, sure, I'll help host the party.
Two friends are talking ...
Friend 1: I am bored. Let's throw a party.
Friend 2: But we have no money.
Friend 1: That's OK. We have a nice big house and a good stereo system. All we need to do is call our friends and tell them to bring drinks and food and such.
Friend 2: OK. I will get on the phone and start calling. I'll tell them nine o'clock tonight.
Friend 1: Alright! Let's party.
Throwing a party can be a lot of work.
1) In return, all the friend wanted was for Lutz to throw a party "with free hot dogs".
2) When we throw a party, we usually ask family and friends to come and ...
3) So if you love someone, why not throw a party for your love?
4) Celebrants are just exploiting their guests. If you do not have money, throw a party that is equivalent to your pocket!
5) A neighbour agrees they need cheering up and suggests they borrow $1000, throw a party, invite the neighbours and forget their troubles for the weekend.
6) ... finally was keen on celebrating the success. She asked me if she should throw a party for her gymnastics friends.
7) ... the best way to swing into the limelight is to throw a party, specially during election time. Invite a few legislators and ...
8) I will celebrate once baba is back home. I will throw a party for him maybe.
9) The couple said they plan to throw a party for friends and family to celebrate the win.
10) So, the team is planning to celebrate her birthday on May 17 and throw a party once she is back on set.
11) ... recalls one visit where he threw a party to celebrate the arrival of two plastic crocodiles from ...
12) Everybody was around her encouraging her, they threw a party for her before she went because it was a big thing.
13) He told me he loved my new book, and he threw a party for me in New York.
14) On the last day of their Harvard experience, they threw a party, and Kaine made a mixed tape.
15) ... because we loved him to bits. We threw a party to celebrate his first birthday and invited ...
16) ... the company pays a tribute to recognize the efforts and commitment of its employees by throwing a party and ...
17) ... tried to bust through the culture, including throwing a party at his house with people from work and others.
18) I recognized that throwing a party at home was not easy and a lot of time and effort was ...
19) ... before the chapter was kicked off campus for throwing a party where alcohol was served during a university-mandated "dry" weekend.
20) Vegas trip where we stayed in the Palms suite and the kids ended up throwing a party, and we had 200 people coming through until ...