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Meaning of “tear” - Learner’s Dictionary

tear

noun [C]     /teər/
a hole in a piece of cloth, paper, etc where it has been tornTearing and breaking into pieces
Translations of “tear”
in Arabic قَطْع, مَزْق…
in Korean 구멍…
in Malaysian mengoyakkan…
in French larme…
in Turkish yırtık, yarık…
in Italian strappo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 裂口, 裂縫…
in Russian дыра, прореха…
in Polish dziura, rozdarcie…
in Vietnamese nước mắt…
in Spanish lágrima…
in Portuguese rasgo, descosturado…
in Thai น้ำตา…
in German die Träne…
in Catalan estrip…
in Japanese (布や紙などの)破れ目, 裂け目…
in Indonesian air mata…
in Chinese (Simplified) 裂口, 裂缝…
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