- vi. 脱光衣服 undress completely
- vt. 剥去,脱去 take off (clothes, coverings, parts, etc.) from sb/sth
- vt. 剥夺,夺走 take away
a relatively long narrow piece of something;
"he felt a flat strip of muscle"
artifact consisting of a narrow flat piece of material
an airfield without normal airport facilities
a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book
thin piece of wood or metal
a form of erotic entertainment in which a dancer gradually undresses to music;
"she did a strip right in front of everyone"
take away possessions from someone;
"The Nazis stripped the Jews of all their assets"
"please don't undress in front of everybody!"
"She strips in front of strangers every night for a living"
remove the surface from;
remove substances from by a percolating liquid;
"leach the soil"
"denude a forest"
steal goods; take as spoils;
"During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners"
remove all contents or possession from, or empty completely;
"The boys cleaned the sandwich platters"
"The trees were cleaned of apples by the storm"
strip the cured leaves from;
remove the thread (of screws)
remove a constituent from a liquid
take off or remove;
"strip a wall of its wallpaper"
draw the last milk (of cows)
remove (someone's or one's own) clothes;
"The nurse quickly undressed the accident victim"
"She divested herself of her outdoor clothes"
"He disinvested himself of his garments"
- Elephants strip the leaves from trees.
- It was wrong of him to strip his daughter of the right to education.
- Having been stripped of all his titles, he disappeared from public life.
- The children stripped off their clothes and jumped into the river.
- It is difficult to strip away the greasy dirt on the table.
- You met me at a strip club.
- She got drunk and did a strip on top of the piano.
- The runway is simply a strip of grass.
- A neighborhood center is usually configured as a straight-line strip with no enclosed walkway or mall area, although a canopy may connect the storefronts.
- He stripped for a bath.
- She stripped the children and put them in the bath.
- He stripped himself for a shower.
- They stripped themselves naked.
- The house was stripped bare.
- strip away (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉揭开(伪装)uncover (a pretence)You have to strip away the affected manners and speech to get at the real man underneath.你得透过虚伪的体面和尊贵看清他的本来面目。
- strip down (v.+adv.)
脱光衣服remove all clothing from sb/oneself
The doctor told me to strip down to my shorts.
医生让我脱得只剩一条短裤。strip sb ⇔ down
Strip the children down; get them out of those wet clothes.
- strip from (v.+prep.)
从…脱去衣服,从…取去某物remove a thin covering of sth from sth
strip sth from sb/sth
Stripping the shirt from his back, he bound the wound.
The birds have stripped all the fruit from the bushes!
- strip of (v.+prep.)
剥夺rob sb of sth; make sb/sth be without sth
strip sth of sth
The movers stripped the house of furniture.
搬家工把房子里的家具全搬走了。strip sb of sth
We stripped the criminal of his political right.
He was stripped of his rights.
- strip off (v.+adv.)
脱掉(衣服)remove (all one's clothing)
strip sth ⇔ off
These fruit knives are very good for stripping apple skins off.
这种水果刀削苹果皮很好用。strip sth ⇔ off
If you can strip off that false manner she has, you will quite like her.
He stripped off and had a shower.
A corridor of concrete with a strip of coconut matting down the centre.出自： W. Golding
Flexible garage doors composed of metal strips.出自： Anthony Huxley
The bird-table..well provided with nuts and strips of fat.出自： M. Hocking
Leonora started ripping up the tablecloth, tearing it into strips.出自： R. Rendell
The Nymph..Stript her self naked to the skin.出自： M. Prior
An old man..Stript to his waistcoat.出自： Byron
The mutineers were stripped of their uniforms.出自： T. Seaton
Tom..had stripped the bodies of the warm clothes.出自： Sloan Wilson
The maid..was..stripping Mrs Sheridan down to the waist.出自： D. Dunnett
- strip作动词时，与介词of一起使用，例：The wind stripped the tree of all its leaves.（风把树上的叶子都吹光了）。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的striepan，意为使裸露；最初源自西撒克逊语的strypan，意为劫掠物，掠夺。