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strip (sth) down

phrasal verb with strip uk   us   /strɪp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to ​remove the unnecessary ​parts of a ​system or ​process in ​order to make it more simple or ​efficient: Pensions can be made simple by stripping them down to the basic elements with no fancy add-ons.

strip sth down

phrasal verb with strip uk   us   /strɪp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to ​separate a ​machine or ​piece of ​equipment into ​separateparts in ​order to ​clean or ​repair it: They ​stripped the ​car down and repainted all the bodywork.
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