tear\ about

tear\ about
tear about in smth. the children were tearing about in the garden (in the road, in the house, etc.) дети бегали по саду и т.д. как сумасшедшие; tear about in excitement (in rage, in anger, etc.) носиться в возбуждении и т.д.

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