Meaning: to remove something violently or suddenly


He tore out the pages that he didn’t want anyone to read.

We are going to redo the whole bathroom, but first we need to tear the old one out.


About Matt Krause

Matt began his professional life as an import buyer, and since 2006 has been teaching companies how to connect with their investors and clients better. His clients work in Istanbul, London, and Madrid for companies like Allianz, 3M, P&G, Citibank, and Reckitt Benckiser. He also walked across Turkey and wrote a book about it.