Noun(1) a relatively long narrow piece of something(2) artifact consisting of a narrow flat piece of material(3) an airfield without normal airport facilities(4) a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book(5) thin piece of wood or metal(6) a form of erotic entertainment in which a dancer gradually undresses to music
Verb(1) take away possessions from someone(2) get undressed(3) remove the surface from(4) remove substances from by a percolating liquid(5) lay bare(6) steal goods; take as spoils(7) remove all contents or possession from, or empty completely(8) strip the cured leaves from(9) remove the thread (of screws(10) remove a constituent from a liquid(11) take off or remove(12) draw the last milk (of cows(13) remove (someone's or one's own
(1) This erosion hazard area is the strip of land that should disappear within the next 30 years, given the historical erosion rate.(2) Wesley high school stood in the middle of town just off the main strip of Wesley road.(3) In this case, the area was a strip of beach about a hundred yards long.(4) The driver nodded once and pressed a narrow strip of metal to the floor.(5) Sgt Smith said he later discovered the weapon was not a sword, but a metal carpet strip or carpet gripper.(6) Also, in the final strip , there's a fine caricature of a Wily's Overland, rather than the standard Jeep, which would have been easier to draw.(7) On an impulse you strip off all your clothes, swim into the centre of the lake and turn onto your back.(8) And it took just four days for those rabbits to strip Ben's plot bare of every one of his potential prize-winners.(9) Many other servants came in to strip the bed and put new sheets and comforter on her monstrous bed.(10) a campaigner against strip joints(11) They strip bark off of dying trees with their powerful ivory-colored bills to reach the bugs and larvae beneath.(12) Born in 1929, Han worked as a strip cartoon artist for the Shanghai Art Publishing House for decades.(13) My stripping ├ö├ç├┐career├ö├ç├û didn't begin in a sleazy strip joint, conveniently located on the side of some local highway.(14) First, most of the sailors can't afford Manhattan's strip joints.(15) Apparently he didn't want to strip in front of hundreds of screaming girls.(16) The first strip was published in 1992 in the Weekly Mail, which has since become the Mail and Guardian.