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strip cropping


      n   a method of growing crops in strips or bands arranged to serve as barriers against erosion  
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strip          [1]  
      vb   , strips, stripping, stripped  
1    to take or pull (the covering, clothes, etc.) off (oneself, another person, or thing)  
to strip a wall, to strip a bed     
2    intr  
a    to remove all one's clothes  
b    to perform a striptease  
3    tr   to denude or empty completely  
4    tr   to deprive  
he was stripped of his pride     
5    tr   to rob or plunder  
6    tr   to remove (paint, varnish, etc.) from (a surface, furniture, etc.) by sanding, with a solvent, etc.  
stripped pine     
7    tr     (Also)    pluck   to pull out the old coat of hair from (dogs of certain long- and wire-haired breeds)  
a    to remove the leaves from the stalks of (tobacco, etc.)  
b    to separate the two sides of a leaf from the stem of (tobacco, etc.)  
9    tr     (Agriculture)   to draw the last milk from each of the teats of (a cow)  
10    to dismantle (an engine, mechanism, etc.)  
11    to tear off or break (the thread) from (a screw, bolt, etc.) or (the teeth) from (a gear)  
12    often foll by: down   to remove the accessories from (a motor vehicle)  
his car was stripped down     
13    to remove (the most volatile constituent) from (a mixture of liquids) by boiling, evaporation, or distillation  
14      (Printing)   usually foll by: in   to combine (pieces of film or paper) to form a composite sheet from which a plate can be made  
15    tr   (in freight transport) to unpack (a container)  
   See also       stuffing and stripping  
16    the act or an instance of undressing or of performing a striptease,   (See also)        strip out  
     (Old English bestriepan to plunder; related to Old High German stroufen to plunder, strip)  

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1    bare, denude, deprive, despoil, dismantle, divest, empty, gut, lay bare, loot, peel, pillage, plunder, ransack, rob, sack, skin, spoil  
2    disrobe, unclothe, uncover, undress  

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