Tear Up Meaning
(transitive) To wrench out of the ground.
Example: The student tore up his test after he found out his mark of 20%.
The lacrosse practice really tore up the field.
In his first year, his hitting tore up the league's opposing pitchers.
2012 May 15, Scott Tobias, â€œFilm: Reviews: The Dictatorâ€, The Onion AV Club:
Taking advantage of her haughty obliviousnessâ€”Faris is every bit Margaret Dumont to Baron Cohenâ€™s Grouchoâ€”Aladeen conspires to seize power back and tear up the new constitution before itâ€™s too late.
We tore up the weeds from the allotment.