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rip1 British & World English

Tear or pull (something) quickly or forcibly away from something or someone

rip2 British & World English

A stretch of fast-flowing and rough water in the sea or in a river, caused by the meeting of currents

rip3 British & World English

An immoral or unpleasant person

rip British & World English

A raster image processor

RIP1 British & World English

Rest in peace (used on graves)

RIP2 British & World English

A raster image processor

raster image processor British & World English

A device that rasterizes an image

RIP in raster image processor British & World English

A device that rasterizes an image

Big Rip British & World English

A theory about the end of the universe holding that the accelerating forces driving its expansion will eventually rend all currently organized matter

let rip British & World English

Do something vigorously or without restraint

rip-off British & World English

A fraud or swindle, especially something that is grossly overpriced

rip into British & World English

Make a vehement verbal attack on

rip tide British & World English

Another term for rip.

tide rip British & World English

An area of rough water typically caused by opposing tides or by a rapid current passing over an uneven bottom

rip current British & World English

An intermittent strong surface current flowing seaward from the shore

rip-roaring British & World English

Full of energy and vigour

Rip Van Winkle British & World English

The hero of a story in Washington Irving’s Sketch Book (1819–20), who fell asleep in the Catskill Mountains and awoke after twenty years to find the world completely changed

let rip in rip1 British & World English

Do something vigorously or without restraint

rip into in rip1 British & World English

Make a vehement verbal attack on

let something rip British & World English

Allow something, especially a vehicle, to go at full speed

rip someone off British & World English

Cheat someone, especially financially

rip something off British & World English

Steal or plagiarize something

rip something up British & World English

Tear something violently into small pieces so as to destroy it

rip something up in rip1 British & World English

Tear something violently into small pieces so as to destroy it

let something rip in rip1 British & World English

Allow something, especially a vehicle, to go at full speed

rip someone off in rip1 British & World English

Cheat someone, especially financially

rip something off in rip1 British & World English

Steal or plagiarize something

ripcord British & World English

A cord that is pulled to open a parachute

riprap British & World English

Loose stone used to form a foundation for a breakwater or other structure

ripstop British & World English

Nylon fabric that is woven so that a tear will not spread

ripsnorting British & World English

Showing great vigour or intensity

rip English Thesaurus

the man threatened to rip the posters down

rip English-Spanish

rasgar*, romper*

RIP English-Spanish

R.I.P.

requiescat in pace New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

may he or she rest in peace; requiescant in pace may they rest in peace

rip up English-Spanish

romper*, hacer* pedazos

rip-off New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as verb)

rip-off English Thesaurus

another victim of the pension rip-off

rip off English-Spanish

arrancar*

rip-off English-Spanish

timo masculine, estafa feminine

rip current English-Spanish

corriente


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