cause to tear quickly and violently
"there was a rip in his pants"
"she had snags in her stockings"
"he gave the envelope a vigorous rip"
"The curtain ripped from top to bottom"
"pull the cooked chicken into strips"
"The tornado ripped along the coast"
"The candidate ripped into his opponent mercilessly"
He lifted..his tunic and with a rip of stitches opened his field dressing.
出自： H. Williamson
A long rip gaped in the knee of her slacks.
出自： P. O
Those thorough-bred rips never have courage to face large fences.
出自： G. J. Whyte
Posters were ripped from the walls, banners torn to shreds.
出自： G. Orwell
Summers..was ripping out the skirting-boards in the..dining room.
出自： G. Greene
He got out the cigarettes, ripped off the cellophane.
出自： R. Ingalls
He ripped the cheque across and sent it back.
The thieves ripped the house apart but could find nothing.
The electric wiring in the house will all need to be replaced, and I dare say the house will be ripped apart in the process.
In this film, a family is ripped apart by a young mother's death.
Last night's high wind has ripped all the leaves away from the trees.
Bullets from his wing guns ripped into the fuselage of the bomber.
The local shopkeepers were all trying to rip off the tourists.
Someone ripped off my bicycle.
I'm firmly convinced that we in the northwest are truly be ripped off.
He tried to sell me some jewellery, but I thought it had been ripped off so I wouldn't buy it.
A single blow ripped out two of his opponent's teeth.
The dog has ripped this morning's newspaper up again!
He can't be trusted, he's been known to rip up a contract as soon as it's signed.