From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchuck somebody/something ↔ out phrasal verb informal1to throw something away because you do not want it anymoreIt was broken so I chucked it out.2LEAVE A PLACEto make someone leave a place or a jobTheir landlord chucked them out when they couldn’t pay the rent. ofThey got chucked out of the pub for fighting. →chuck→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
chuck out• Anyway he owned the place and in most people's eyes he had every right to chuck me out.• Anyway, she told me if I didn't go after it she was goin' ter chuck us out.• You have to get tough - either leave him or chuck him out.• In the end, his wifechucked them all out, and him as well.• They're sure to give the go-ahead, otherwise they wouldn't have chucked it out in the first place.• He chucked Cristalena right out of his mind after that as not being worth the risk.• They were the last two cigarettes in the pack, so afterwards Tam chucked it out of the window.• Brace yourself and chuck them out, urgedNationalTieWeek.chuck of• He chucked Cristalena right out of his mind after that as not being worth the risk.