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strip

verb [I or T] (REMOVE CLOTHING) 脫掉衣服     /strɪp/ (-pp-) ( UK also strip off)
to remove your clothing, or to remove all the clothing of someone else 脫衣服;脫光…的衣服 UK Suddenly he stripped off and ran into the sea. 他突然脫掉衣服衝進大海。 It was so hot that we stripped off our shirts. 天氣太熱,我們脫掉了襯衫。 [+ adj] He was interrogated, stripped naked and then beaten. 他受到審問,並被脫光衣服毒打。 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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