Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rip"

The meaning of "Rip" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a rip off song mean?
A: Rip off is like a copy or plagiarized version. It means they think it was copied from someone else's work.
Q: What does ripped off mean?
A: "Ripped off" is a slang expression that can mean stolen or copied or robbed. For example:
That song was ripped off from another song writer.
That shop ripped me off! I was supposed to get five dollars in change, but I only got four dollars.
I'm not going to buy that here, it's a total rip off! I can buy the same thing at another shop for half that price!
Q: What does I'll rip my own face off if I have to live in the house for that long time. mean?
A: 大げさな言い方です。

Q: What does rip me mean?
A: It just something we say when someone dies it just mean we hope you rest in peace.
Q: What does rip the band-aid mean?
A: I've never heard this expression before, but the context suggests to me that it is similar to "breaking the ice" which I suppose could be defined as "initiating a social exchange"

To "break the ice" is quite a common expression. "Rip the band-aid" sounds like a phrase the speaker made up on the spot.

A band-aid is something you put on a cut or a small wound. If you rip it (off) you remove it quickly and suddenly, which could be uncomfortable (like a first encounter with a stranger)

Example sentences using "Rip"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rip off .
A: Someone can say, "The price of this computer is a rip off." If you said that sentence, it would mean you thought the price of the computer was not worth the value of what it costs. Or it is priced way higher than what it should be priced.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ripped.
A: My abs are ripped now after working out.
I ripped a Chinese language CD to my laptop this morning.
I haven't worn ripped jeans since I was a kid.
I ripped up her note because I couldn't take the rejection.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rip off.
A: Rip off can have two meanings.

"I ripped off the tag on my new pair of pants."

2. ごまかす
"The price of this shirt is so expensive that I feel like I'm being ripped off."
"$5 for a bottle of water!? What a rip off!"
Q: Please show me example sentences with rip off ---- What does that mean exactly?.
A: For example: I Bought a meal for 50 dollars it was a rip off - it means a fraud or that something is over priced
Q: Please show me example sentences with ripped off.
A: "I got ripped off at the Antique Show. I paid way too much for a fake lamp."

"My mom was ripped off at the beauty salon. They charged her $100 for a terrible haircut."

It's usually used for money situations, but can be used for other things:

"My son got ripped off at school for a bad mark on his test. He got a C+ when he should have gotten an A."

"Earl got ripped off when he didn't get the promotion at work."

Synonyms of "Rip" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rip it (not means ‘rest in peace’) and rip it up ?
A: Ripping up is ripping but with more enthusiasm.

Ex: She ripped up the entire paper. It was in pieces when she was done with it.

Ex: He ripped his sweater's sleeve by getting it caught in his locker.
Q: What is the difference between rip it and tear it ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What is the difference between ripped and lean ?
A: Lean = thin
Ripped = lots of muscle
Q: What is the difference between rip off and knock off ?
A: Yes, the word "rip-off" can also be used to mean something is an imitation or copy of something else though I think "knock-off" would be more clearly understood.

Here are examples of both usages:

"This shirt is a rip-off! I can buy it for half the price across the street."
"These shirts are rip-offs of that other store's shirts! They look exactly the same."
Q: What is the difference between He's ripped. and He's jacked. ?
A: Ripped makes me think that they have low body fat and you can see their abdominal muscles. More of a body builder
If you say jacked, it makes me think of someone really big and strong like a power lifter.
There is quite a bit of overlap between the two though.

Translations of "Rip"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? don't rip the acorn hat off OR don't take the acorn hat off
A: they both are correct, but rip is a more aggressive word.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what does rip off mean?
A: it means "its too expensive & not worth the money"

A. I bought this new bag for £10,000
B. I can already see a massive hole in the bottom! Thats a complete rip off!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rip
A: rest in peace
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rip off
A: @ONIZUKA2006: the only other synonyms besides "screwed me" are also racial slurs, so I won't tell you.

Other questions about "Rip"

Q: I saw a lightening rip through the sky Does this sound natural?
A: Using the article "a" isn't necessary.
Q: There is a rip on your scarf, you should knit it. Does this sound natural?
A: I think the wording is natural enough. Just be aware, culturally, sometimes we can be quite agreeable as English speakers and less likely to directly give correction/directions to each other.
Even when it's intended to be helpful. If it were me I might point out the rip. And see what they say. It might be that they don't knit, like maybe it was a gift. Or they may have been busy. Then if you're quite a good knitter and you wanted to offer, you could.
But every group is different and you know the context. It might be totally fine 😊
Q: Please show me how to pronounce I happened to let one rip..
A: Do you know what that means???
Q: I can't believe that you made them rip the pages

彼らにページを破らせたのが信じられません。と英語で書きたいです😭 Does this sound natural?
A: Looks good!
Q: Be careful so you won't rip your jeans on the slide , there is a dent in it .correct me pls
A: yea sorry not sitting it's sliding

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