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Adjective: stripped  stript
  1. Having only essential or minimal features
    "a stripped new car";
    - stripped-down
     
  2. Having everything extraneous removed including contents
    "the stripped walls";
    - bare
     
  3. With clothing stripped off
Verb: strip (stripped,stripping)  strip
  1. Take away possessions, function, power or title
    "The Nazis stripped the Jews of all their assets";
    - deprive, divest
     
  2. Get undressed
    "She strips in front of strangers every night for a living"; "please don't strip down in front of everybody!";
    - undress, discase, uncase, unclothe, strip down, disrobe, peel, unrobe
     
  3. Remove the surface from
    "strip wood"
     
  4. Remove substances from by a percolating liquid
    - leach
     
  5. Remove or clear everything so that nothing is left
    "strip a forest";
    - denude, bare, denudate
     
  6. Steal goods; take as spoils
    "During the earthquake people stripped the stores that were deserted by their owners";
    - plunder, despoil, loot, reave [archaic], rifle, ransack, pillage, foray
     
  7. Remove all contents or possessions from, or empty completely
    "The boys stripped the sandwich platters";
    - clean
     
  8. Strip the cured leaves from
    "strip tobacco"
     
  9. Remove the thread (of screws)
     
  10. (chemistry) remove a constituent from a liquid
     
  11. Take off or remove
    "strip a wall of its wallpaper";
    - dismantle
     
  12. Draw the last milk (of cows)
     
  13. Remove (someone's or one's own) clothes
    "The nurse quickly stripped the accident victim";
    - undress, divest, disinvest

See also: empty, minimal, minimum, unclothed

Type of: clear, milk, remove, smooth, smoothen, take, take away, take off, withdraw

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