English - Vietnamese Dictionary
strip /strip/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- mảnh, dải
- a strip of cloth: một mảnh vải
- a strip of garden: một mảnh vườn
- cột truyện tranh, cột tranh vui (trong tờ báo)
- (hàng không) đường băng ((cũng) air strip, landing strip)
- tước đoạt; tước (quyền...), cách (chức...)
- to strip house: tước đoạt hết đồ đạc trong nhà
- to strip someone of his power: tước quyền ai, cách chức ai
- làm trờn răng (đinh vít, bu lông...)
- to strip screw: làm trờn răng một đinh vít
- vắt cạn
- to strip a cow: vắt cạn sữa một con bò
- nội động từ
- cởi quần áo
- to strip to the skin: cởi trần truồng
- trờn răng (đinh vít, bu lông...)
+a relatively long narrow piece of something
+artifact consisting of a narrow flat piece of material
+an airfield without normal airport facilities
+a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book
+thin piece of wood or metal
+a form of erotic entertainment in which a dancer gradually undresses to music
+take away possessions from someone
+remove the surface from
+remove substances from by a percolating liquid
+steal goods; take as spoils
+remove all contents or possession from, or empty completely
+strip the cured leaves from
+remove the thread (of screws)
+remove a constituent from a liquid
+take off or remove
+draw the last milk (of cows)
+remove (someone's or one's own) clothes
Advanced English Dictionary
band, ribbon, fillet, belt, swath or swathe, stripe:
She wore a strip of embroidered silk tied round her head. They began farming the strip of land near the lake.
1 peel, skin, bare, uncover, denude, lay bare, decorticate, excoriate, flay:
The woodwork will need stripping before you repaint it.
2 disrobe, undress, get undressed, unclothe, strip down to nothing or to the skin or to the buff or to (one's) birthday suit, take off or peel off or divest (oneself) of or shed (one's) clothes or clothing, get naked:
The doctor told me to go behind the screen and strip.
3 (do a) striptease, US work the runway:
Sugar Caine says she enjoys stripping for an appreciative audience.
4 remove, take away, confiscate, seize, expropriate, Slang rip off:
He was accused of stripping the assets from the companies he purchased.
5 rob, pillage, despoil, plunder, ransack, loot, sack:
Armies could be raised only by letting them strip the cities they conquered.
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
+ verb (-pp-)
take off clothes
1 ~ sth (off)
~ (down to sth)
~ sb (to sth) to take off all or most of your clothes: [V] I stripped and washed myself all over. + They ordered us to strip and lie down on the grass. + We stripped off and ran down to the water. + She stripped down to her underwear. + [VN] She stripped off her clothes and got into bed. + He stood there stripped to the waist (= the upper part of his body was bare). + [VN-ADJ] He was stripped naked and left in a cell.
2 [VN] ~ sth (off)
~ A (off / from B) / ~ B (of A) to remove a layer from sth, especially so that it is completely bare: Strip off all the existing paint. + Deer had stripped the tree of its bark. + Deer had stripped all the bark off the tree. + After the guests had gone, I stripped all the beds (= removed all the sheets in order to wash them).
3 ~ sth (out) to remove all the things from a place and leave it empty: [VN] We had to strip out all the old wiring and start again. + [VN-ADJ] Thieves had stripped the house bare.
4 [VN] ~ sth (down) to separate a machine, etc. into parts so that they can be cleaned or repaired
He strips and cleans his rifle every morning. + They taught us how to strip down a car engine and put it back together again.
5 [VN] ~ sb of sth to take away property or honours from sb, as a punishment: He was disgraced and stripped of his title.
Phrasal Verbs: strip sth<->away
1 to remove a layer from sth: First, you need to strip away all the old plaster.
2 to remove anything that is not true or necessary: The movie aims to strip away the lies surrounding Kennedy's life and death.
long, narrow piece
1 a long narrow piece of paper, metal, fabric, etc: a strip of material + Cut the meat into strips.
See also - RUMBLE STRIP
2 a long narrow area of land, sea, etc: the Gaza Strip + a tiny strip of garden + The islands are separated by a narrow strip of water.
See also - AIRSTRIP, LANDING STRIP
of sports team
3 [usually sing.] (BrE) the uniform that is worn by the member of a sports team when they are playing: Juventus in their famous black and white strip + the team's away strip (= that they use when playing games away from home)
taking clothes off
4 [usually sing.] an act of taking your clothes off, especially in a sexually exciting way and in front of an audience: to do a strip + a strip show
See also - STRIPTEASE
5 (AmE) a street that has many shops, stores, restaurants, etc. along it: Sunset Strip
6 (AmE) = COMIC STRIP
Idioms see TEAR v.
narrow, thin, tiny | thick, wide
Cut the meat into thick strips.
| coastal | landing
This aircraft requires a good-sized landing strip.
The wallpaper can then be torn off in strips.
| ~ of
a narrow strip of leather
cut/tear sth into stripsverb
1 take off your/sb's clothes
Office workers stripped down to their shirtsleeves in the heatwave.
He stripped off his shirt. We stripped off and went for a swim.
strip (sb) naked
She was stripped naked and left in a cell.
| strip to the waist
He stripped to the waist and began to dig.
2 take sth away
completely | away, off, out
Strip out any damaged wiring.
The bark is stripped from the trees by hand.
The president had been completely stripped of power.
We stripped the paint off the walls.
strip sth bare
The room had been stripped bare by the thieves.
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