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"stripper" in British English

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strippernoun

uk   /ˈstrɪp.ər/  us   //
  • stripper noun (REMOVER)

[C or U] a ​liquidchemical or an ​electrictool that is used for ​removing things such as ​paint: a can of paint stripper My new wallpaper stripper uses ​high-pressuresteam to ​lift off the ​paper.
(Definition of stripper from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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strippernoun [C]

 us   /ˈstrɪp·ər/
someone whose ​job is ​removing all of his or her ​clothes to ​entertain other ​people
(Definition of stripper from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stripper”
in Chinese (Simplified) 去除表皮, 剥离剂,脱漆剂, 剥离器…
in Turkish striptizci…
in Russian стриптизер, стриптизерша…
in Chinese (Traditional) 去除表皮, 剝離劑,脫漆劑, 剝離器…
in Polish striptizer/ka…
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