Synonyms of strip in English

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strip1


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verb

1‘he stripped and got into bed’

SYNONYMS
undress, strip off, take one's clothes off, remove one's clothes, shed one's clothes, unclothe, disrobe, strip naked, denude oneself, expose oneself, reveal oneself, uncover oneself
informal peel off
dated divest oneself of one's clothes
ANTONYMS

dress

2‘you'll have to strip off the paint’

SYNONYMS
peel, remove, take off, flake, scrape, scratch, shave, abrade, rub, clear, clean
pare, skin, flay
technical excoriate, decorticate

3‘the university stripped him of his doctorate’

SYNONYMS
take away from, dispossess, deprive, confiscate, divest, relieve, deny, rob

4‘the mechanics are stripping down my engine’

SYNONYMS
dismantle, disassemble, take to pieces, take to bits, take apart, break up, demolish
ANTONYMS

construct, assemble

5‘the house had been stripped of everything of value’

SYNONYMS
empty, clear, clean out, plunder, rob, burgle, loot, rifle, pillage, ransack, gut, lay bare, devastate, sack, ravage, raid
literary despoil
archaic spoil, reave

noun

1‘he led out an England team sporting a new strip’

SYNONYMS
outfit, clothes, clothing, garments, costume, suit, dress, garb
British kit
informal gear, get-up
British informal rig-out

Synonyms of strip in English

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strip2


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noun

1‘cut a strip of paper 12cm wide’

SYNONYMS
narrow piece, piece, bit, band, belt, ribbon, sash, stripe, bar, swathe, slip, fillet, shred