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strike sb/sth off

phrasal verb with strike uk   /straɪk/ us   verb struck, struck
to remove a doctor, lawyer, etc. from an official list so that they are no longer allowed to work in that job, usually because they have done something dishonest or illegal: be struck off Company directors can be struck off if they are caught employing illegal workers.
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