- v.撕裂; 拉掉; 挣开; 拉伤;
- n.破洞; 裂口;
- n.眼泪; 泪水;
- 复数: tears;
- 第三人称单数: tears;
- 过去式: tore;
- 过去分词: torn;
- 现在分词: tearing;
A tear rolled down his face.
It remains possible that bad weather could tear more holes in the tanker's hull.
I stared at the man, couldn't tear my eyes away.
Don't you dare tear up her ticket.
These are the first machines that can stand the wear and tear of continuously crushing glass.
The army responded with gunfire and tear gas.
He accused ministers of conniving with foreign companies to tear up employment rights.
The city will tear down the building and create a park.
I saw the police using tear gas to try and break up a crowd of demonstrators.
Police used tear gas to disperse the demonstrators.
Too fine a material may tear.
Troops used tear gas and rifle butts to break up the protests.
Farmers threw eggs and empty bottles at police, who replied with tear gas.
The divided family remains a powerful metaphor for a society that continued to tear itself apart.
Japan's education ministry ordered the change to encourage students to tear themselves away from textbooks.
They propagated political doctrines which promised to tear apart the fabric of British society.
The ferocious winds seemed about to tear the ship to pieces.
He could not tear himself from that spot.
Tear off this coupon and use it to get 25 p off your next jar of coffee.
We tear the enemies limb from limb.
The politician's speech bored the crowd to tear.
Why did you tear the letter away from her hand?
African hunting dogs will tear at the flesh of their victim until it is weak.
The furniture suffers a lot of wear and tear when the children are at home.
Tears are secreted by the tear glands.
Nails that project from the wall may tear your clothes.
The novel is so instructive that I can hardly tear myself away from it.
We have to allow five per cent of our profit for tear and wear.
The truck shows scarcely any sign of wear and tear.
When this happens, they will tear up the contract.
The other day, he came home from school almost in tears.
Before we collectively tear our hair out—how are we supposed to find our way in a landscape this confusing? —here is a thought from Dr.
Everything about the look and feel of a wallet—the way the fastenings and materials wear and tear and loosen with age, the plastic and paper and gold and silver, and handwritten phone numbers and printed cinema tickets—is the very opposite of what our world is becoming.
cultural differences often tear apart a family built on romantic love
In the initial stage, the current economic crisis is likely to tear many troubled families apart.
tear many troubled families apart
has more than 100 million existing homes, and it would be incredibly wasteful to tear them all down and replace them with greener versions
He tore down the company's main gate.
We can tear apart the great grass cover of the western plains and pour toxic chemicals into the soil until the soil is dead and blows away in the wind.
A chimpanzee can't win an argument with a modern man, but it can tear the man apart like a rag doll.
2019年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 任务型阅读 原文
In tears, he cut the rope.
2014年高考英语全国卷2 完形填空 原文
I've taken with me through my life: "Honey, your basket is extra-special," mom said, gently wiping away my hot tears.
2016年高考英语浙江卷（6月） 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Material thing from me and left me torn bare, an empty page at the end of a partly written book.
2018年高考英语江苏卷 完形填空 原文
Scientists have advanced many theories about why human beings cry tears, none of which has been proved.
2016年高考英语浙江卷（6月） 单项选择 原文
She couldn't wait to tear the newspaper apart.
2019年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读B 选项
The music allowed me to learn that teaching is about sharing and respect, tears and smiles, the knowing and the unknown and, most of all, an understanding of each other.
2015年高考英语湖南卷 完形填空 原文
When I handed him the gift card, saying he could use it for whatever his family might need, he burst into tears.
2015年高考英语全国卷1 完形填空 原文
The first published sketch, “A Dinner at Poplar Walk” brought tears to Dickens’s eyes when he discovered it in the pages of The Monthly Magazine.
1. a drop of the clear salty saline solution secreted by the lacrimal glands;
"his story brought tears to her eyes"
2. an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart;
"there was a rip in his pants"
"she had snags in her stockings"
3. an occasion for excessive eating or drinking;
"they went on a bust that lasted three days"
4. the act of tearing;
"he took the manuscript in both hands and gave it a mighty tear"
1. separate or cause to separate abruptly;
"The rope snapped"
"tear the paper"
2. to separate or be separated by force;
"planks were in danger of being torn from the crossbars"
3. move quickly and violently;
"The car tore down the street"
"He came charging into my office"
4. strip of feathers;
"pull a chicken"
"pluck the capon"
5. fill with tears or shed tears;
"Her eyes were tearing"
tear one's hair out
(informal)act with or show extreme desperation
tear someone off a strip (或 tear a strip off someo
(Brit. informal)rebuke someone angrily
tear someone/thing to shreds (或pieces)
(informal)criticize someone or something forcefully or aggressively
that's torn it
(Brit. informal)used to express dismay when something unfortunate has happened to disrupt someone's plans
he was so hurt by her attitude he was nearly in tears.
(of a subject) presented so as to be learned or achieved easily
tennis without tears.
tear someone/thing apart
destroy something, especially good relations between people
a bloody civil war had torn the country apart.
upset someone greatly
stop crying—it's tearing me apart.
search a place thoroughly
I'll help you find it; I'll tear your house apart if I have to.
criticize someone or something harshly
tear oneself away
[often with negative]leave despite a strong desire to stay
she couldn't tear herself away from the view.
tear someone/thing down
demolish something, especially a building
(US informal)criticize or punish someone severely
tear around 【非正式用语】
To move about in excited, often angry haste.
To lead a wild life.
To pull at or attack violently
The dog tore at the meat.
To distress greatly
Their plight tore at his heart.
To remove (oneself, for example) unwillingly or reluctantly.
tear down old tenements.
To take apart; disassemble
tear down an engine.
To vilify or denigrate.
To attack with great vigor or violence
tore into the food; tore into his opponent.
tear, rip, split
- tear into
I don't know why she tore into me. I was at work when the window was broken.
Jimmy tore into the turkey leg and cleaned it off in no time.
I tore into the office and answered the phone.
- tear into