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stripped

[ stript ]
/ strɪpt /
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adjective

having had a covering, clothing, equipment, or furnishings removed: trees stripped of their leaves by the storm; a stripped bed ready for clean sheets.
having had usable parts or items removed, as for reuse or resale: the hulk of a stripped car.
having or containing the bare essentials, with no added features or accessories: a stripped new car, with no radio or air conditioning.

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Origin of stripped

First recorded in 1925–30; strip1 + -ed2
un·stripped, adjective
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