Commentary: Syntax Includes: NP1[agent[animate]] SLING NP2[theme]
NOTE: May be metaphorical.
Sling the cargo onto the ship.
A lot of mud was slung on both sides of this race.
I climbed up on a five gallon pail and slung the harness up on his back.
He slings one-liners while staying smarter than everyone else.
She slings hash at the diner from 11 to 5.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 3
Commentary: Syntax includes: NP1[theme] SLING PP[location|source|direction] NP1[agent[animate]] SLING NP2[theme] PP[location|source|direction]
Five bighorn sheep slung from a helicopter.
When used on board, hammocks were slung from hooks in the deck beams.
She could reasonably have learned to carry Jean Baptiste slung from her shoulder.
She slung the sack from her shoulder.
Liesl stood up and slung the rifle over her shoulder.
Over its back was slung the man who'd been fighting him before.
Commentary: NP1[agent[animate]] SLING (UP) NP2[theme] (PP[location]) NP1[agent[animate]] SLING UP Often occurs adjectivally. Past tense is "slinged" rather than "slung"
He cannot button his shirt with his slinged arm.
Hasdell's arm was slinged-up after the bout.
It can be done without having to take any extra time to sling up and adjust.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 4