tear\ along

tear\ along
1. I
coll. an automobile came tearing along промчался автомобиль
2. XVI
|| tear along at some speed мчаться с какой-л. скоростью; the саг was tearing along at a hundred miles an hour автомобиль мчался /летел, несется/ со скоростью сто миль в час

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