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strip
strɪp
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A form of erotic entertainment in which a dancer gradually undresses to music.
  2. An airfield without normal airport facilities.
  3. Artifact consisting of a narrow flat piece of material.
  4. Thin piece of wood or metal.
  5. A sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book.
  6. A relatively long narrow piece of something.
(动) As a verb
  1. Get undressed.
  2. Remove (someone's or one's own) clothes.
  3. Draw the last milk (of cows).
  4. Take off or remove.
  5. Remove a constituent from a liquid.
  6. Remove the thread (of screws).
  7. Lay bare.
  8. Remove substances from by a percolating liquid.
  9. Remove the surface from.
  10. Strip the cured leaves from.
  11. Remove all contents or possession from, or empty completely.
  12. Take away possessions from someone.
  13. Steal goods; take as spoils.
Hyphenationstrip
Part of Speech(动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
长条chángtiáostrip
dàiband; belt; girdle; ribbon; tire; area; zone; region; to wear; to carry; to take along; to bear (i.e. to have); to lead; to bring; to look after; to raise
脱衣舞tuōyī wǔstriptease
脱衣tuōyīundressing
剥夺bōduóto deprive; to expropriate; to strip (somebody of his property)
拆卸chāixièto unload; to dismantle
脱衣服tuōyī fúundress
绷扒吊拷bēng bā diào kǎoto strip, tie up, hang and beat somebody, an ancient torture technique
chǐto strip; to deprive of; to discharge; to dismiss; to undress
tiáostrip; item; article; clause (of law or treaty); measure word for long thin things (ribbon, river, road, trousers etc)
𢲸(Cant.) to shake violently, stir; to strip
剥离bōlíto peel; to strip; to peel off; to come off (of tissue, skin, covering etc)
zhàna seam which has come unsewn; to mend (clothes, etc.), (same as U+8892 U+7DBB ) to bare; to strip; bared, ripped seam; a crack, ripped; split
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