tear off

Definition: To run or drive away quickly.

Other definitions:

1. (Of clothes) To undress quickly

2. To remove something from something else.

E.g.1. The thief tore off round the corner with the bag of money.

E.g.2. She tore off back to the shops when she realised that she’d lost her purse.

This phrasal verb cannot be separated.

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