vb. 1 (context intransitive English) To remove all of one's clothing. 2 (context transitive English) To remove inessentials from.
Usage examples of "strip down".
The passenger compartment was scarred green-gray plastic, with matching seats, and lit by a single glow-strip down the middle of the overhead.
What was she supposed to do, ask Richard Chance to strip down so she could inspect him for similarities?
You can strip down a lot of data from these communication information consoles.
The stout-bellied matron wasted no time in ordering the men to strip down to their soft-skins and felt boots.
Craig's grandfather had boasted that Okky could strip down a John Deere tractor and build up a Cadillac and two Rolls-Royce Silver Clouds from the spare parts.