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RIP

abbr. Latin
requiescat in pace (may he rest in peace; may she rest in peace)

rip 1

 (rĭp)
v. ripped, rip·ping, rips
v.tr.
1.
a. To cut, tear apart, or tear away roughly or energetically. See Synonyms at tear1.
b. To cause to be pulled apart, as by an accident: He ripped his pants when he bent over.
2. To split or saw (wood) along the grain.
3. Computers To copy (audio or audio-visual material from) a CD or DVD.
4. To subject to vehement criticism or attack: The critic ripped the tedious movie.
5. Informal To produce, display, or utter suddenly: ripped out a vicious oath.
6. Vulgar Slang To expel (a discharge of intestinal gas).
v.intr.
1. To become torn or split apart.
2. Informal To move quickly or violently.
n.
1. The act of ripping.
2. A torn or split place, especially along a seam.
3. A ripsaw.
Phrasal Verbs:
rip into
To attack or criticize vehemently: ripped into her opponent's political record.
rip off Slang
1. To steal from: thieves who ripped off the unsuspecting tourist.
2. To steal: ripped off a leather jacket while ostensibly trying on clothes.
3. To exploit, swindle, cheat, or defraud: a false advertising campaign that ripped off consumers.
Idiom:
let it/'er rip Informal
To allow something to start or happen with vigor or energy.

[Middle English rippen, from Flemish; see reup- in Indo-European roots.]

rip 2

 (rĭp)
n.
1. A stretch of water in a river, estuary, or tidal channel made rough by waves meeting an opposing current.
2. A rip current.

[Probably from rip.]

rip 3

 (rĭp)
n.
1. A dissolute person.
2. An old or worthless horse.

[Possibly shortening and alteration of reprobate.]

rip

(rɪp)
vb, rips, ripping or ripped
1. to tear or be torn violently or roughly; split or be rent
2. (tr; foll by off or out) to remove hastily, carelessly, or roughly: they ripped out all the old kitchen units.
3. (intr) informal to move violently or precipitously; rush headlong
4. informal (foll by: into) to pour violent abuse (on); make a verbal attack (on)
5. (Building) (tr) to saw or split (wood) in the direction of the grain
6. (Computer Science) (tr) informal computing to copy (music or software) without permission or making any payment
7. let rip to act or speak without restraint
n
8. the place where something is torn; a tear or split
9. (Tools) short for ripsaw
[C15: perhaps from Flemish rippen; compare Middle Dutch rippen to pull]
ˈrippable adj

rip

(rɪp)
n
(Physical Geography) short for riptide1
[C18: perhaps from rip1]

rip

(rɪp)
n
1. something or someone of little or no value
2. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) an old worn-out horse
3. a dissolute character; reprobate
[C18: perhaps altered from rep, shortened from reprobate]

RIP

abbreviation for
requiescat or requiescant in pace
[Latin: may he, she, or they rest in peace]

rip1

(rɪp)

v. ripped, rip•ping,
n. v.t.
1. to cut or tear apart roughly or vigorously: to rip open a seam.
2. to cut or tear away roughly or vigorously: to rip bark from a tree.
3. to saw (wood) in the direction of the grain.
v.i.
4. to become torn apart or split open.
5. to move with violence or great speed.
6. rip into, to attack physically or verbally; assail.
7. rip off, Slang.
a. to steal.
b. to steal from, cheat, or exploit.
n.
8. a rent made by ripping; tear.
Idioms:
let her or it rip, to allow something to go on without restraint.
[1470–80; obscurely akin to Frisian rippe, dial. Dutch rippen; compare dial. E ripple to scratch]

rip2

(rɪp)

n.
a stretch of turbulent water at sea or in a river.
[1765–75; compare rip1, ripple]

rip3

(rɪp)

n.
a dissolute or worthless person.
[1770–80; probably alter. of rep, shortened form of reprobate]

RIP

or R.I.P.,

1. may he or she rest in peace.
[< Latin requiēscat in pāce]
2. may they rest in peace.
[< Latin requiēscant in pāce]

rip


Past participle: ripped
Gerund: ripping

Imperative
rip
rip
Present
I rip
you rip
he/she/it rips
we rip
you rip
they rip
Preterite
I ripped
you ripped
he/she/it ripped
we ripped
you ripped
they ripped
Present Continuous
I am ripping
you are ripping
he/she/it is ripping
we are ripping
you are ripping
they are ripping
Present Perfect
I have ripped
you have ripped
he/she/it has ripped
we have ripped
you have ripped
they have ripped
Past Continuous
I was ripping
you were ripping
he/she/it was ripping
we were ripping
you were ripping
they were ripping
Past Perfect
I had ripped
you had ripped
he/she/it had ripped
we had ripped
you had ripped
they had ripped
Future
I will rip
you will rip
he/she/it will rip
we will rip
you will rip
they will rip
Future Perfect
I will have ripped
you will have ripped
he/she/it will have ripped
we will have ripped
you will have ripped
they will have ripped
Future Continuous
I will be ripping
you will be ripping
he/she/it will be ripping
we will be ripping
you will be ripping
they will be ripping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ripping
you have been ripping
he/she/it has been ripping
we have been ripping
you have been ripping
they have been ripping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ripping
you will have been ripping
he/she/it will have been ripping
we will have been ripping
you will have been ripping
they will have been ripping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ripping
you had been ripping
he/she/it had been ripping
we had been ripping
you had been ripping
they had been ripping
Conditional
I would rip
you would rip
he/she/it would rip
we would rip
you would rip
they would rip
Past Conditional
I would have ripped
you would have ripped
he/she/it would have ripped
we would have ripped
you would have ripped
they would have ripped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rip - a dissolute man in fashionable societyrip - a dissolute man in fashionable society
debauchee, libertine, rounder - a dissolute person; usually a man who is morally unrestrained
2.rip - an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; "there was a rip in his pants"; "she had snags in her stockings"
opening, gap - an open or empty space in or between things; "there was a small opening between the trees"; "the explosion made a gap in the wall"
3.rip - a stretch of turbulent water in a river or the sea caused by one current flowing into or across another current
turbulence, turbulency - unstable flow of a liquid or gas
4.rip - the act of rending or ripping or splitting something; "he gave the envelope a vigorous rip"
tear - the act of tearing; "he took the manuscript in both hands and gave it a mighty tear"
Verb1.rip - tear or be torn violently; "The curtain ripped from top to bottom"; "pull the cooked chicken into strips"
rupture, tear, snap, bust - separate or cause to separate abruptly; "The rope snapped"; "tear the paper"
2.rip - move precipitously or violently; "The tornado ripped along the coast"
shoot down, tear, buck, charge, shoot - move quickly and violently; "The car tore down the street"; "He came charging into my office"
3.rip - cut (wood) along the grain
cut - separate with or as if with an instrument; "Cut the rope"
4.rip - criticize or abuse strongly and violently; "The candidate ripped into his opponent mercilessly"
lash out, attack, snipe, assail, assault, round - attack in speech or writing; "The editors of the left-leaning paper attacked the new House Speaker"

rip

verb
1. tear, cut, score, split, burst, rend, slash, hack, claw, slit, gash, lacerate I tried not to rip the paper.
2. be torn, tear, split, burst, be rent I felt the banner rip as we were pushed in opposite directions.
noun
1. tear, cut, hole, split, rent, slash, slit, cleavage, gash, laceration She looked at the rip in her new dress.
rip someone off (Slang) cheat, trick, rob, con (informal), skin (slang), stiff (slang), steal from, fleece, defraud, dupe, swindle, diddle (informal), do the dirty on (Brit. informal), gyp (slang), cozen Ticket touts ripped them off.
rip something off (Slang) steal, pinch (informal), swipe (slang), thieve, lift (informal), trouser (slang), cabbage (Brit. slang), knock off (slang), pilfer, filch He ripped off a camera and a Game Boy.
rip something or someone apart criticize, condemn, censure, disparage, knock (informal), blast, pan (informal), slam (slang), flame (informal), carp, put down, slate (informal), have a go (at) (informal), disapprove of, tear into (informal), diss (slang, chiefly U.S.), find fault with, nag at, lambast(e), pick holes in, excoriate, pick to pieces, give (someone or something) a bad press, animadvert on or upon, pass strictures upon The audience ripped her apart.

rip

verb
1. To separate or pull apart by force:
2. Informal. To move swiftly:
Informal: hotfoot.
Slang: barrel, highball.
Chiefly British: nip.
phrasal verb
rip into
To criticize harshly and devastatingly:
Informal: roast.
Slang: slam.
Idioms: burn someone's ears, crawl all over, pin someone's ears back, put someone on the griddle, put someone on the hot seat, rake over the coals, read the riot act to.
phrasal verb
rip off
1. Slang. To take (another's property) without permission:
Informal: lift, swipe.
Slang: cop, heist, hook, nip, pinch, snitch.
2. Slang. To exploit (another) by charging too much for something:
Slang: clip, gouge, nick, scalp, skin, soak.
Idioms: make someone pay through the nose, take someone for a ride , take someone to the cleaners .
noun
A hole made by tearing:
Translations
ثَقْب، فَتْق، تَمْزيقيَفْتَح المُغَلَّفيُمَزِّقيـُمَزِّقُ
párat (se)roztrhnoutroztrženívytrhnout
flåflængehulriverive i stykker
repiä
poderati
rífa upp, rifnarífa, rifnarifa; saumspretta
引き裂く
(물건을) 잡아 찢다
atplėštiįplėšaperplėštiperplyšti
atplēstcaurumsnoplēstpārplēstpārplīst
roztrhnúťroztrhnutie
razparatitrgati se
riva
ฉีก
çekip yırtmakdelikkopartmaksökmekyırt mak
xé toạc

RIP

ABBR =requiescat in pace (= may he etc rest in peace) → q.e.p.d., D.E.P., E.P.D.

rip

[rɪp]
A. Nrasgón m, desgarrón m
B. VTrasgar, desgarrar
to rip open [+ envelope, parcel, wound] → abrir desgarrando
to rip sth to pieceshacer algo trizas
C. VI
1. [cloth] → rasgarse, desgarrarse
2. (fig) to rip alongvolar, ir a todo gas
to let ripdesenfrenarse
to let rip at sbarremeter contra algn
let her rip!¡más rápido!, ¡más gas!
rip off VT + ADV
1. (lit) → arrancar
2. (= overcharge, cheat) → estafar
3. (= steal) [+ object] → pulir, birlar; (= copy) [+ idea, book, film] → calcar, plagiar
rip out VT + ADVarrancar
rip through VI + PREP the fire/explosion ripped through the houseel incendio/la explosión arrasó la casa
the jet ripped through the skyel jet surcaba veloz el cielo
rip up VT + ADVhacer pedazos
the train ripped up 100 metres of trackel tren destrozó 100 metros de la vía

RIP

[ˌɑːraɪˈpiː] abbr (=rest in peace) → RIP

rip

[ˈrɪp]
n (= tear) → déchirure f
vt (= tear) → déchirer
I've ripped my jeans → J'ai déchiré mon jean.
to rip sth to pieces → déchirer qch en mille morceaux
vi
(= tear) [fabric, garment, bag] → se déchirer
My skirt's ripped → Ma jupe s'est déchirée.
(= pull) → arracher
He ripped the phone from her hand → Il lui arracha le téléphone.
to let rip (= let o.s. go) → se défouler; (with anger)se déchaîner
to let rip at sb → se déchaîner contre qn
rip off
vt sep
(= cheat) → arnaquer
The hotel ripped us off → L'hôtel nous a arnaqués.
to get ripped off → se faire arnaquer
(= tear off) [+ shirt, clothes] → arracher; [+ roof] → arracher
(= steal) [+ film, creation] → plagier
to rip off sb's idea → piquer une idée à qn
rip out
vt sep [+ page, wiring, heart] → arracher
rip up
vt sepdéchirer
He read the note and then ripped it up → Il a lu le mot, puis l'a déchiré.

RIP

abbr of requiescatorrequiescant in paceR.I.P.

rip

nRiss m; (made by knife etc) → Schlitz m
vt
material, clotheseinen Riss machen in (+acc); (stronger) → zerreißen; (= vandalize) pictures etczerschlitzen; you’ve ripped your jacketdu hast einen Riss in der Jacke, du hast dir die Jacke zerrissen; to rip something down the middleetw mitten durchreißen; to rip openaufreißen; (with knife) → aufschlitzen
to rip one (US) inf: (= break wind)einen (fahren) lassen (inf)
vi
(cloth, garment)reißen
(inf) the car rips alongder Wagen rast dahin; let her rip!volle Pulle! (inf); to let riploslegen (inf); he let rip (with) a stream of complaintser hat einen Schwall Beschwerden vom Stapel gelassen (inf); he let rip at meer ist auf mich losgegangen (inf)

rip

:
rip-rap
n (Build) → Steinbettung f, → Steinschüttung f
rip-roaring
adj (inf)sagenhaft (inf)
ripsaw
n (Tech) → Spaltsäge f
riptide
nKabbelung f

RIP

[ˌɑːraɪˈpiː] abbr =rest in peaceR.I.P.

rip

[rɪp]
1. nstrappo
2. vtstrappare
to rip sth to pieces → stracciare in mille pezzi qc
to rip open → strappare (per aprire)
3. vistrapparsi
to let rip (fig) → scatenarsi
to let rip at sb → dirne di tutti di colori a qn
rip off vt + adv
a.strappare
b. (fam) (overcharge) → pelare; (cheat) → fregare
rip up vt + advstracciare

rip

(rip) past tense, past participle ripped verb
1. to make or get a hole or tear in by pulling, tearing etc. He ripped his shirt on a branch; His shirt ripped.
2. to pull (off, up etc) by breaking or tearing. The roof of the car was ripped off in the crash; to rip up floorboards; He ripped open the envelope.
noun
a tear or hole. a rip in my shirt.

rip

يـُمَزِّقُ párat (se) rive i stykker zerreißen σκίζω rasgar repiä déchirer poderati strappare 引き裂く (물건을) 잡아 찢다 scheuren rive rozrywać rasgar рвать riva ฉีก yırtmak xé toạc

rip

v. rasgar, desgarrar.
References in classic literature ?
Come here, when you're called,' said the tinker, 'or I'll rip your young body open.
uf; ``they will beset every path, and rip the errand out of his bosom.
These horrible animals had the boldness to attack me on both sides, and one of them held his fore-feet at my collar; but I had the good fortune to rip up his belly before he could do me any mischief.
While Don Quixote examined the book, Sancho examined the valise, not leaving a corner in the whole of it or in the pad that he did not search, peer into, and explore, or seam that he did not rip, or tuft of wool that he did not pick to pieces, lest anything should escape for want of care and pains; so keen was the covetousness excited in him by the discovery of the crowns, which amounted to near a hundred; and though he found no more booty, he held the blanket flights, balsam vomits, stake benedictions, carriers' fisticuffs, missing alforjas, stolen coat, and all the hunger, thirst, and weariness he had endured in the service of his good master, cheap at the price; as he considered himself more than fully indemnified for all by the payment he received in the gift of the treasure-trove.
Bazin gone, the mendicant cast a rapid glance around him in order to be sure that nobody could either see or hear him, and opening his ragged vest, badly held together by a leather strap, he began to rip the upper part of his doublet, from which he drew a letter.
Take care, for I warn you that the first man that comes within the length of my sword -- and my sword is long -- I rip him up.
he would have to rip up more of trees than would keep him in fuel for a twelvemonth?
A berg that seemed ready to carry the world before it would ground helplessly in deep water, reel over, and wallow in a lather of foam and mud and flying frozen spray, while a much smaller and lower one would rip and ride into the flat floe, flinging tons of ice on either side, and cutting a track half a mile long before it was stopped.
Many a bond election was yet to rip the town in two, with the retired farmers, whose children were grown and through school, satisfied with things as they were and parents of the new generation demanding gymnasiums, tennis courts, victrolas, domestic science laboratories, a public health nurse and individual lockers.
I already knew that the papers were probably in the room, but I had no desire to rip up all the planking and skirting in search of them.
Do you stay behind,' said the woodman, 'and when I have knocked him on the head you must rip him up with the scythe.
Both the world of fashion and the Court of Chancery are things of precedent and usage: oversleeping Rip Van Winkles who have played at strange games through a deal of thundery weather; sleeping beauties whom the knight will wake one day, when all the stopped spits in the kitchen shall begin to turn prodigiously!