- v. 撕裂；扯开
- n. 裂口；裂缝；撕裂
- The poster had been ripped to pieces.
- I ripped my stocking on a nail.
- You should rip the cover off the box first.
- She sewed up the rip in his sleeve.
- I asked my mother to sew up this rip in my sleeve.
- He had seen the rip in the book.
- Research of general use and rip resistance Steel Cord Conveyor Belt was introduced in this paper.
- Her blouse ripped.
- The canvas bag had ripped because I had not thought of reinforcing it.
- They'll be dancing all night—we'd better just go to bed and let things rip!
- The nail ripped a hole in her dress.
- She ripped the phone from his hand.
- The cover of the book was ripped.
- He ripped the envelope open.
- The soldier was ripped free again.
- rip across (v.+adv.)
把…撕成两半 tear sth in two parts
rip sth ⇔ across
Without a word he ripped the letter across.
He ripped the cheque across and sent it back.
- rip apart (v.+adv.)
撕裂,弄乱 separate; divide sth with violence; cause disorder in sth as when searching
rip sth apart
A bomb ripped apart the train in which they had been travelling.
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.
- rip away (v.+adv.)
弄掉 remove sth with a violent movement
rip sth ⇔ away
He ripped away the faded hangings from a wall.
Last night's high wind has ripped all the leaves away from the trees.
- rip down (v.+adv.)
扯下 remove; pull down; lower sth with a violent movement
rip sth ⇔ down
The photographs had been ripped down by him.
- rip into (v.+prep.)
咬破; 攻击 enter or cut sth with a violent movement; attack sb/sth so as to destroy sth
rip into sth
See those lions ripping into the bodies of the animals that they've killed.
Bullets from his wing guns ripped into the fuselage of the bomber.
- rip off (v.+adv.)
扯掉; 敲竹杠; 偷 remove sth violently from the top or front of sth; charge sb too much; steal
rip sth ⇔ off
They ripped off his medals.
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.
- rip out (v.+adv.)
弄掉 remove sth with a violent movement
rip sth ⇔ out
The criminals have ripped the telephone wires out, so we can't call the police.
A single blow ripped out two of his opponent's teeth.
- rip up (v.+adv.)
撕坏 break or completely disregard (an agreement )
rip sth ⇔ up
She ripped the letter up angrily.
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.
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
- rip用作及物动词时,接名词、代词作宾语,偶尔也可接以形容词充当补足语的复合宾语。可用于被动结构。用作不及物动词时,常与副词across, apart, away, down, off, out, up或介词in, into, to等连用。
- rip, tear
- 这两个词均可表示“撕裂”。其区别在于：tear意为撕成碎片,留有粗糙的边缘; rip意为用力撕扯,通常指在连接处撕扯。例如:
- He ripped the envelope open.他把信封撕开。
- tear 撕掉
- split 分裂
- break 打碎
- cut 切
- cleave 裂开
- snatch 抢夺
- seize 抓住
- grab 抓住
- speed 速度
- dash 猛冲
- rush 冲
- cleft 裂开的
- opening 开口
- rupture 破裂
- rent 租金
- countercurrent 逆流
- rend 撕破
- rakehell 浪子
- tide rip 潮水冲突时引起的波浪...
- rive 撕开
- rake 耙子
- riptide (两个海流冲撞而成的)激...
- blood 血
- pull 拉
- profligate 放荡的
- snag (隐伏的)障碍...
- roue 放荡者
- crosscurrent 交叉水流