throw-down

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Evolved from the older idiom throw down the gauntlet.

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throw-down (plural throw-downs)

  1. (slang) A fight or brawl; or, a challenge or incitement to fight.
    • 2006, October the 16th: Jack Coleman as Noah Bennet in Heroes, season one, chapter four: Collision, 13th minute
      [speaking to his daughter]: Don’t think you’re getting away with the staying-out-all-night thing. [long pause] There’s gonna be a throw-down when I get home!
  2. (slang) A weapon planted at a crime scene in order to mislead investigation.

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