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Which of the following root words means “to throw”? A. Toss- B. Ject- C. Ambi- D. Graph-
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User: Which of the following root words means “to throw”? A. Toss- B. Ject- C. Ambi- D. Graph-

Weegy: C. Toss- means to throw.
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The root word Ject- means “to throw.”

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