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strip sth from sb/sth

phrasal verb with strip
 
 
/strɪp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to take something away from someone or something, especially something that is considered to be important: The Commons vote tonight is to reinstate proposals stripped from the Bill in the House of Lords. If we don't stand up for our rights, we could see our freedom stripped from us.
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