- to tear up
to rip up
- 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
- v.撕,剥,劈,锯,裂开,撕裂 n.裂口,裂缝 愿灵安眠 RIP(rest in peace)
- n.碎片,破布,少量剩余,最少量 v.撕碎,切碎
- They have broken the agreement between us.
- The trader had been known to tear up a contract before the ink was dry where it had been sighed.
- The list so settled it now a slate, unless some discontented magnate objects and threatens to withdraw. To do so is called "breaking the slate".
- It was she who had attacked Mason and torn Jane's wedding veil.
- Don't trust him; he will rip up a contract as soon as it's signed.
- As mr bernanke pointed out to a house committee on tuesday it would allow the government to rip up obnoxious contracts such as aig's guaranteed retention bonuses and impose some losses on creditors and counterparties such as holders of aig's credit default swaps.
- They brazenly tore up the contract so we want to claim losses.
- Go back on your mind
- I will ensure that the invoice attached to the bag is collected by the authorised collection officers after I have passed through customs at the airport. I will ensure that the bag remains sealed until the invoice is collected.
- Britain repealed the corn laws and navigations acts which had been economically beneficial to the colonies at the same rate it applied to all other trading countries a situation to which the colonies had never been accustomed.
- Lewis tore to shreds the treaty he had signed.
- Then I guess we could always rip up that car contract.
- L have no alternative.he asked me to tear up the contract.
- We will tear up the whole treaty rather than accept this clause.
- I believe the unions intend to tear up the agreement with the government.