English version

be cut/torn to ribbons

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe cut/torn to ribbonsbe cut/torn to ribbonsCUTto be cut or torn in a lot of places Her legs were bruised and her feet were cut to ribbons. ribbon
Examples from the Corpus
be cut/torn to ribbonsHer feet were cut to ribbons on the rocks.
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