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tearaway

noun [C]
 
/ˈteə.rə.weɪ/ US  /ˈter.ə-/ UK informal
a young person, usually male, who behaves in an uncontrolled way and is often causing trouble
小流氓
He was a real tearaway at school - he was always in trouble with teachers or with the police.
他在學校是個十足的小阿飛,老是因犯事遭到老師或員警的責罰。
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(Definition of tearaway from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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