Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: to tear up

aufreißen {v} [bautech.] (Boden, Straßendecke)
durchreissen {v} [schweiz. Orthogr.] (zerreissen)
durchreißen {v} (zerreißen)
aufreissen {v} [schweiz. Orthogr.] [bautech.] (Boden, Straßendecke)
zerreissen {v} [schweiz. Orthogr.]


All, save I, were at rest or in enjoyment; I, like the arch-fiend, bore a hell within me, and finding myself unsympathized with, wished to tear up the trees, spread havoc and destruction around me, and then to have sat down and enjoyed the ruin.
Bahorel was a good-natured mortal, who kept bad company, brave, a spendthrift, prodigal, and to the verge of generosity, talkative, and at times eloquent, bold to the verge of effrontery; the best fellow possible; he had daring waistcoats, and scarlet opinions; a wholesale blusterer, that is to say, loving nothing so much as a quarrel, unless it were an uprising; and nothing so much as an uprising, unless it were a revolution; always ready to smash a window-pane, then to tear up the pavement, then to demolish a government, just to see the effect of it; a student in his eleventh year.
You have to be a pretty knowing cove to tear up your shirt, cut up your sheet to make a rope, punch holes in doors, get up false papers, make false keys, file your irons, hang out your cord, hide yourself, and disguise yourself!
"I have now got to tear up my garments, to scatter about my armour, knock my head against these rocks, and more of the same sort of thing, which thou must witness."

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Reizgaspatrone {f} tear gas cartridge
abreißen (Kalenderblatt etc.) to tear off
Tränendrüsenschmerz {m} [med.] pain in the tear gland
ein Loch reißen in to tear a hole in
Meniskusriß {m} [alte Orthogr.] [med.] tear of meniscus
jdn. zur Schnecke machen [ugs.] to tear a strip off sb. [coll.]
degenerative Rotatorenmanschettenruptur {f} [med.] degenerative rotator cuff tear
sich einen Muskelfaserriss {m} zuziehen to tear a muscle
einreißfest tear-proof
Verschleißverhalten {n} wear and tear