tearing

  1. separate or cause to separate abruptly
  2. to separate or be separated by force
  3. move quickly and violently
  4. strip of feathers
  5. move precipitously or violently

Tearing

Tearing is the act of breaking apart a material by force, without the aid of a cutting tool. A tear in a piece of paper, fabric, or some other similar object may be the result of the intentional effort with one`s bare hands, or be accidental. Unlike a cut, which is generally on a straight or patterned line controlled by a tool such as scissors, a....
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Tearing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Tear
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Tearing

A lateral displacement of the video lines due to sync instability. It appears as though parts of the images have been torn away.
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Tearing

Breaking or slivering of a tape during unwind.
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tearing

intermittent or static shearing of one or more parts of the picture due to a line synchronization fault
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Tearing

Tearing is slang for violent.
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tearing

Type: Term Pronunciation: tēr′ing Synonyms: epiphora
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