rip

(abbr. requiescat, requiescant in pace)

Anne Smith, RIP — Anne Smith, riposi in pace

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[rip] 1. 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.) strappare
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.) strappare; troncare; scoperchiare
2. noun
(a tear or hole: a rip in my shirt.) strappo
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[rɪp]
1. n
strappo
2. vt
strappare

to rip sth to pieces — stracciare in mille pezzi qc

to rip open — strappare (per aprire)

I accidentally ripped the envelope — senza volere ho strappato la busta

I've ripped my jeans — mi si sono strappati i jeans

3. vi
strapparsi

to let rip fig — scatenarsi

to let rip at sb — dirne di tutti di colori a qn

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rip (1) /rɪp/
n.
1 strappo; squarcio: You have a rip in your trousers, hai uno strappo nei pantaloni
2 (falegn.) taglio secondo il verso della fibra
● (ind. tess.) rip-stop fabric, tessuto antistrappo.
rip (2) /rɪp/
n.
(naut., = riptide) tratto di mare o di fiume, con onde tumultuose (per l'incontro di maree o correnti)
rip current, corrente di ritorno.
rip (3) /rɪp/
n. (slang)
1 ronzino; rozza
2 (arc.) individuo dissoluto; debosciato
3 (arc.) birbante (scherz.).
(to) rip /rɪp/
A v. t.
1 strappare; lacerare (anche fig.): He pulled my sleeve and ripped it, mi ha tirato la manica e l'ha strappata; I ripped my dress on a nail, mi sono strappata il vestito impigliandolo su un chiodo
2 (spesso to rip out, to rip off, to rip from, ecc.) tirare via; strappare: He ripped off his soaking wet clothes, si è strappato di dosso i vestiti fradici; Rip out the lining, strappa (o scuci) la fodera; to rip off the old wallpaper, tirare via la vecchia carta da parati; Tiles were ripped from roofs by the gale, delle tegole sono state strappate dai tetti dal forte vento
3 (fig.) portar via; strappare: Millions of Africans were ripped from their homes and sold into slavery, milioni di africani sono stati strappati dalle loro case e venduti come schiavi; They had their dignity ripped away, li hanno privati della loro dignità
4 (comput., fam.) rippare, estrarre (tracce audio o video da CD, DVD, ecc.)
5 (falegn.) segare (il legno) secondo il verso della fibra
6 scoperchiare (un tetto d'ardesia, di scandole)
B v. i.
1 strapparsi: The fabric is thin, but it doesn't rip easily, la stoffa è sottile, ma non si strappa facilmente
2 fendersi; spaccarsi; squarciarsi
to rip st. to shreds, fare a pezzi qc. (anche fig.): The teacher ripped my essay to shreds, il professore ha fatto a pezzi il mio tema □ to rip along the seams, scucirsi □ to rip a hole, aprire un buco □ to rip in half (o in two), spaccare in due □ to rip open, sventrare; squarciare: to rip a letter open, aprire una lettera (stracciando la busta) □ (spec. USA, fam.) to let st. rip, mandare a tutta birra (una macchina, una moto, ecc.) □ (fig. fam.) to let things rip, lasciare che le cose vadano a modo loro; lasciar perdere □ (fam.) to let rip, sbraitare; scatenarsi: She suddenly let rip at us, si è messa di colpo a sbraitarci contro; They let rip on the dancefloor, si sono scatenati sulla pista da ballo.
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(abbr. requiescat, requiescant in pace)

Anne Smith, RIP — Anne Smith, riposi in pace


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