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tear sth up

(AGREEMENT) 協議 phrasal verb with tear /teər/ US  /ter/ verb (tore, torn)
If you tear up an agreement, you refuse to accept it or be controlled by it any more 撕毀(協議等) She tore up the contract and walked out. 她撕毀合約,然後退席離開。 Refusing and rejecting
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