strip verb (REMOVE CLOTHING) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "strip" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


/strɪp/ (-pp-) ( UK also strip off)
to remove your clothing, or to remove all the clothing of someone else
UK Suddenly he stripped off and ran into the sea.
It was so hot that we stripped off our shirts.
[+ adj] He was interrogated, stripped naked and then beaten.
Not wearing or removing clothes
(Definition of strip verb (REMOVE CLOTHING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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