to throw away, to get rid of
- tromoi(m) anka (throw anchor) drop anchor
- Sip i tromoim anka pinis long pasis.
The ship has dropped anchor in the bay.
- tromoi(m) han (throw hand) to take a swing at somebody, to punch
- Em i tromoim han long brata bilong em.
He took a swing at his brother.
- tromoi(m) huk (throw hook) cast a fishing line, to cast for fish
- Mi laik go tromoim huk long bris.
I want to go fishing on the wharf.
- tromoi(m) i go (throw (be) go)to throw something away
- Tromoi i go long wara.
Throw it in the river.
- tromoi(m) i kam (throw (be) come) to throw here
- tromoi(m) i stap leave something behind
- Wok em i tromoi i stap na em i go long ples.
He left his job and went back to his village.
- tromoi lek to walk, to hike (also wokabaut, limlimbur)
- tromoi(m) mani (throw money) to spend money, to make a contribution
- No ken tromoim mani nating.
Don’t spend money unnecessarily.
- Mipela olgeta tromoi mani i go long baim kaikai.
We all contributed to the cost of food.
- Tromoi pipia long rabisbin.
Throw the rubbish into the bin.
- tromoi(m) takis (throw tax) pay tax, pay duty
- Mipela tromoim takis long olgeta fotnait.
We pay tax every payday.
- tromoim tok (throw talk) disregard an instruction, order or advice, to reject an order
- Ol wokman i no ken tromoi tok bilong bos.
Employees should not disregard an instruction from the employer.