Definition of tearer in English:

tearer

Pronunciation /ˈterər/ /ˈtɛrər/

noun

See tear

‘‘Good evening, enjoy your movie,’ the ticket tearer said robotically.’
  • ‘A relatively longer time has probably elapsed before the tearer managed to take hold of these fibres.’
  • ‘This ticket tearer could very well design a new type of car, or write a best-selling book, if they had the time.’
  • ‘Perforated unit pages would have made removal easier, but careful tearers should not have too much difficulty removing them from this paper-backed book.’
  • ‘Customer service people should not be simply data entry technicians, and gate agents are not just ticket tearers, that is, unless they let the computers be the boss.’