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a person who strips.
a thing that strips, as an appliance or machine for stripping.
Also called ecdysiast, exotic dancer, stripteaser. a person who performs a striptease.
a harvesting machine for stripping the seed heads from the stalks of grain.
a machine used in harvesting cotton to strip the bolls from the plants.
a chemical solution that removes varnish, paint, wax, etc., from a surface, as of furniture or flooring.
any of several rollers covered with card clothing that operate in combination with the worker rollers and the cylinder in the carding of fibers.
Printing. a worker who assembles and strips photographic negatives or positives for platemaking.
Compare strip2 (def 10).
a striptease artist
a person or thing that strips
a device or substance for removing paint, varnish, etc


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  • Strip-planting

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  • Strip-poker

    noun 1. a game of poker in which the losers in a hand remove an article of clothing. noun 1. a card game in which a player’s losses are paid by removing an article of clothing

  • Strip-search

    [strip-surch] /ˈstrɪpˌsɜrtʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to search (a suspect who has been required to remove all clothing) especially for concealed weapons, contraband, or evidence of drug abuse. strip search noun 1. an act or instance of strip-searching. strip-search verb 1. (transitive) (of police, customs officials, etc) to strip (a prisoner or suspect) naked […]

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