stript

[ stript ]
/ strɪpt /
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verb

a simple past tense and past participle of strip1.

Definition for stript (2 of 3)

strip

1
[ strip ]
/ strɪp /

verb (used with object), stripped or stript, strip·ping.

verb (used without object), stripped or stript, strip·ping.

noun

a striptease.

Origin of strip

1
1175–1225; (v.) Middle English strippe, Old English *stryppan (compare Middle High German strupfen to strip off); replacing Middle English stripen, strepen, strupen (compare Old English bestrȳpan to rob, plunder)
SYNONYMS FOR strip
2 denude.
7 despoil. Strip, deprive, dispossess, divest imply more or less forcibly taking something away from someone. To strip is to take something completely (often violently) from a person or thing so as to leave in a destitute or powerless state: to strip a man of all his property; to strip the bark from a tree. To deprive is to take away forcibly or coercively what one has, or to withhold what one might have: to deprive workers of their livelihood. To dispossess is to deprive of the holding or use of something: to dispossess the renters of a house. Divest usually means depriving of rights, privileges, powers, or the like: to divest a king of authority.
ANTONYMS FOR strip

Definition for stript (3 of 3)

strip

2
[ strip ]
/ strɪp /

noun

verb (used with object), stripped, strip·ping.

Origin of strip

2
1425–75; late Middle English, cognate with or < Middle Low German strippe strap; see stripe1
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British Dictionary definitions for stript (1 of 2)

strip

1
/ (strɪp) /

verb strips, stripping or stripped

noun

the act or an instance of undressing or of performing a striptease
See also strip out

Word Origin for strip

Old English bestriepan to plunder; related to Old High German stroufen to plunder, strip

British Dictionary definitions for stript (2 of 2)

strip

2
/ (strɪp) /

noun

verb strips, stripping or stripped

to cut or divide into strips

Word Origin for strip

C15: from Middle Dutch strīpe stripe 1
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Medicine definitions for stript

strip

[ strĭp ]

v.

To press out or drain off by milking.
To make a subcutaneous excision of a vein in its longitudinal axis, usually of a leg vein.
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