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1. n. a drinking bout. (see also tear.) Fred had another rip last night. He’s rotten now.
2. n. the loot from a rip-off. Give him some of the rip and tell him to beat it.
3. n. a theft; a rip-off. The crooks pulled a rip on Fourth Street last night.
4. n. a tear in the flesh of the hand, as in an athletic event where the flesh comes in contact with solid material, such as in gymnastics and weightlifting. I keep getting rips from the bar.
- (one) doesn't give a rip (about something)
- don’t give a rip
- let (something) rip
- let her rip
- Let her rip!
- let it rip
- let one rip
- let rip
- let something rip
- rip (someone or something) apart
- rip (someone or something) to bits
- rip (someone or something) to pieces
- rip (someone or something) to shreds
- rip apart
- rip away
- rip down
- rip in half
- rip into
- rip off
- rip on
- rip on (one)
- rip on someone
- rip out of
- rip snorter
- rip somebody/something apart/to shreds, bits, etc.
- rip someone off
- rip something off
- rip the heart out of (something)
- rip to
- rip up
- rip/tear the heart out of something
- rip-off artist
- rip-off merchant
- rip-snorting mad