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strip sb/sth of sth

phrasal verb with strip uk   us   /strɪp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to take something away from someone, sometimes in a way that seems ​unfair or dishonest: be stripped of sth About 40,000 ​people may be ​stripped of their ​pensions because their ​employers have gone into ​administration.be stripped of your position/role/responsibilities She was ​stripped of her role as ​seniormanager for the Human Resources ​Office.
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