- to tear apart
- n.破处,破缝,泪滴,眼泪,扯,飞奔,激怒 vi.流泪,撕破,猛冲,飞奔,被撕破 vt.扯,撕,撕破,戳破,拉掉,折磨,使分裂,撕掉
- adv.分离,分成零件,分别地,分离着 adj.分开的
- The forest grew thicker and the branches of the trees caught and tore at their clothes.
- Della's fingers tore at the string and paper. Then came an excited scream of joy, and then, alas! a quick change to tears.
- In an instant both boys were rolling and tumbling in the dirt gripped together like cats; and for the space of a minute they tugged and tore at each other's hair and clothes punched and scratched each other's nose and covered themselves with dust and glory.
- They grabbed his trousers one on the right leg one on the left ripping right through to his winter long johns and giving off a foul choking smell like burning brakes.
- Among the notorious occupants there were tantalus condemned to suffer perpetual hunger and thirst sisyphus doomed to roll a stone uphill which ever fell down again the danaides forever trying to fill a cask that leaked and ixion racked and torn by the wheel of fire.
- Caution: do not rip the cover hard keep it away from edge tool and caustic liquids to protect the product.
- The wind tore at the newly planted sapling.
- To separate or detach by ripping; rip open.
- To separate or detach by ripping; ripopen.
- The fuyang aids village was cold with goose feather snow and darksome sky wind was blowing tearing the roof top of houses and trees.