Rest In Peace,愿他[她]安息
1 (a) [Tn, Tn.pr] divide or make a hole in (sth) by pulling sharply 撕裂或拉破（某物）
*I've ripped my trousers. 我把裤子撕破了.
* rip a piece of cloth (in two) 把一块布撕成两半.
(b) [Cn.a] ~ sth open open sth by pulling in this way 拉开或撕开某物
*rip open a letter 撕开一封信
* My cat had its ear ripped open by a dog. 我的猫的耳朵被狗咬破了.
(c) [I] (of material) become torn （指材料）破, 裂
*Be careful with that dress; it rips easily. 小心那件连衣裙, 很容易破.2 (idm 习语) let `rip (about/against/at sb/sth) speak violently or passionately 激烈或激昂地说话
*let rip against the government 激烈地抨击政府. let sth `rip (infml 口)
(a) allow (a car, machine, etc) to go at its top speed 让（汽车、机器等）以最高速度行驶或运转
*Let her/it rip! 让车全速前进!
(b) allow (things) to develop naturally, without attempting to control them 让（事物）自由发展而不加控制
*They just let inflation rip. 他们对 通货膨胀完全不加控制.
3 (phr v) rip sb off (sl 俚) cheat sb, esp financially 欺骗某人（尤指钱财）
*The shop tried to rip me off. 那商店想欺骗我. rip sth off
(a) remove sth by pulling sharply 撕掉某物
*rip the cover off (a book) 撕掉（书的）封面.
(b) (sl 俚) steal sth 偷窃某物
*Somebody's ripped off my wallet. 有人把我的钱包偷走了.
1 uneven or ragged tear or cut （参差不齐的）裂口, 裂缝
*There's a big rip in my sleeve. 我的袖子破了一大块.
2 stretch of rough water in a river or the sea （河流或海洋的）激流, 激浪. Cf 参看 rip-tide.
the abbreviation of Rest in Peace
, written on a gravestone
1. We felt sure that sooner or later a stone would rip a hole in our petrol tank or damage the engine. 我们想念迟早会飞起一个石块把油箱砸开一个窟窿，或者把发动机砸坏。
2. The train cuts through infinite territory, most of it flat and boring, and it seems to me that the ceaseless rhythm of the wheels is like scissors cutting a three-thousand-mile rip through my life. 列车飞快地穿过茫茫无际的大地——大部分土地平坦，但令人感到厌烦。对我来说，车轮不间断地发出的有节奏的声音就象一把剪刀，咔嚓咔嚓地在我的生命长河中剪出了一条长达 3.000 英里的口子。