that's torn it

that tears it

1. That's been ruined or spoiled. Well, that tears it for our chances at getting re-elected. A: "That didn't sound good." B: "Yep, that's torn it—the engine is completely shot now."
2. I've had it; that's enough. OK, that tears it, I'm calling the police—it's 2 AM and that party is still blasting music.
See also: tear, that

that's torn it

That's has ruined, foiled, or spoiled everything. Everything had been going well with the deal for the merger, but after we found out we'd have to fire half our staff—well, that's torn it. That's torn it, then—we can't have the tournament if we don't have a referee.
See also: torn

that's torn it

used to express dismay when something unfortunate has happened to disrupt your plans. British informal
See also: torn

that’s ˈtorn it

(British English, informal) used to say that something has happened to spoil your plans: ‘Oops, that’s torn it,’ she thought, as she realized she’d ruined the surprise.
See also: torn