toss around (third-person singular simple present tosses around, present participle tossing around, simple past and past participle tossed around) (transitive)
- To offer for suggestion.
2009 August 6, Mark Olson, “County fair adapts to unfair economy”, in Chaska Herald:
- "We’ve also tossed around increasing the gate admission from $5 to $7 or $8, but we really want to avoid impacting the fairgoer, so we’re keeping admission at $5," Jensen said.
- Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: To toss (throw) from one person to another..
- We tossed around the football in the park.