自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
V-ERG （使）撕开;（使）扯开;（使）撕裂;（使）划破 When something rips or when you rip it, you tear it forcefully with your hands or with a tool such as a knife.
I felt the banner rip as we were pushed in opposite directions...
I tried not to rip the paper as I unwrapped it.
N-COUNT 裂口;裂缝;口子 A rip is a long cut or split in something made of cloth or paper.
Looking at the rip in her new dress, she flew into a rage.
VERB 撕去;扯掉;剥去 If you rip something away, you remove it quickly and forcefully.
He ripped away a wire that led to the alarm button...
She ripped off her dress and let it fall to the floor...
VERB （迅猛地）穿入，穿透，冲过 If something rips into someone or something or rips through them, it enters that person or thing so quickly and forcefully that it often goes completely through them.
A volley of bullets ripped into the facing wall...
Their minibus was ripped apart by a bomb...
PHRASE 尽情地做;忘乎所以地做;用尽力气做 If you let rip, you do something forcefully and without trying to control yourself.
Turn the guitars up full and let rip...
'Yaaaaaaa,' Carla let rip with the cry of the Valkyries.
PHRASE 迅速地做;强有力地做;(车辆)全速前进，开足马力 If you let something rip, you do it as quickly or as forcefully as possible. You can say 'let it rip' or 'let her rip' to someone when you want them to make a vehicle go as fast as it possibly can.
The ecological disaster is partly a product of letting everything rip in order to increase production.