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tore1 British & World English

Past of tear.

tore2 British & World English

Archaic term for torus.

tore in tear1 British & World English

Pull (something) apart or to pieces with force

drag ass in ass2 British & World English

Hurry or move fast

drag ass British & World English

Hurry or move fast

tear1 British & World English

Pull (something) apart or to pieces with force

tear into British & World English

Attack verbally

tear someone/thing apart in tear1 British & World English

Destroy something, especially good relations between people

tear someone/thing down in tear1 British & World English

Demolish something, especially a building

tear someone/thing apart British & World English

Destroy something, especially good relations between people

tear someone/thing down British & World English

Demolish something, especially a building

shred British & World English

A strip of material, such as paper, cloth, or food, that has been torn, cut, or scraped from something larger

tear someone/thing to pieces in piece British & World English

Criticize someone or something harshly

tear someone/thing to pieces British & World English

Criticize someone or something harshly

tear someone/thing to shreds in shred British & World English

Criticize someone or something aggressively

tear someone/thing to shreds British & World English

Criticize someone or something aggressively

tear oneself away in tear1 British & World English

Leave despite a strong desire to stay

tear one's hair out British & World English

Feel extreme desperation

tear oneself away British & World English

Leave despite a strong desire to stay

cut something to ribbons in ribbon British & World English

Cut (or tear) something so badly that only ragged strips remain

cut something to ribbons British & World English

Cut (or tear) something so badly that only ragged strips remain

tear someone limb from limb British & World English

Violently dismember someone