There are 2 main translations of strip in Italian:

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strip 1

British English: /strɪp/
American English: /strɪp/

transitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -pp-

  • 1
    also: strip off
    (remove)
    (clothes, paint)
    to strip something from o off something
    togliere o staccare qualcosa da qualcosa
    the storm had stripped all the leaves from o off the tree
    il temporale aveva spogliato gli alberi delle foglie
  • 3 (deprive) See examples:to strip somebody of
    spogliare qualcuno di
    (belongings, rights)
    to strip somebody of his o her rank
    (soldier, civil servant)
    he was stripped of his medal, his title
    gli hanno tolto la medaglia, il titolo
  • 4 (remove paint or varnish from)
    (window, door, table)
  • 6 (damage)
    (nut, screw)
    to strip the gears (Auto)
    sgranare o grattare le marce

intransitive verb forma in -ing ecc. -pp-

  • (take off one's clothes)
    spogliarsi, svestirsi
    for per
    to strip to the waist
    spogliarsi fino alla vita
    to strip naked
    mettersi nudo o spogliarsi completamente

noun

Phrasal verbs

strip down:

1 strip down
spogliarsi, svestirsi
to strip down to one's underwear
spogliarsi fino alle mutande
2 strip [something] down, strip down [something]
(dismantle) (gun, engine)
(remove linen from) (bed)
(remove paint or varnish from) (door, window, woodwork)

strip off:

1 strip off (person)
spogliarsi, svestirsi
2 strip [something] off, strip off [something] (remove)
(paint, wallpaper, clothes)
spogliare di
(leaves)

strip out:

strip [something] out, strip out [something] 1.1 (disregard) 1.2 (remove everything from)
(plants, vegetation)
(fixtures, fittings etc.)
1.3 (Computing)
(tags, data)

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There are 2 main translations of strip in Italian:

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strip 2
British English: /strɪp/
American English: /strɪp/

noun

Idioms

to tear somebody off a strip, to tear a strip off somebody

[informal]
dare una lavata di capo a qualcuno

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