English version

strip in Mechanical topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstripstrip1 /strΙͺp/ ●●● W3 noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 PIECEa long narrow piece of paper, cloth etc πŸ”Š a strip of paperβ–Ί see thesaurus at piece2 AREAa long narrow area of land πŸ”Š A strip of sand between the cliffs and the sea.3 β†’ do a strip4 American EnglishTTR a road with a lot of shops, restaurants etc along it πŸ”Š the Las Vegas strip5 [usually singular] British EnglishDSDCC the clothes worn by a sports team πŸ”Š Liverpool’s famous red strip6 TCNa strip cartoon β†’ comic strip, landing strip, β†’ tear somebody off a strip at tear2(8)
Examples from the Corpus
stripβ€’ The uniform of the New York Yankees is white with a fine blue stripe.β€’ You will need a strip of stiff cardboard to make this hat.β€’ a strip of baconβ€’ A strip of sand between the cliffs and the ocean.β€’ Cut fish, shrimp, and strips of beef or liver are eaten eagerly.β€’ He stared mournfully at the bright strip which appeared to float in the cold air over the small table.β€’ Charlie wasn't allowed to play because he'd forgotten his strip.β€’ Named after the strips of lead which used to be inserted between lines of metal type.β€’ Roots and leafless bushes stuck up wildly at the extreme end of the strip.β€’ She then snipped the satin into thin strips.β€’ She ironed their tiny strips of white embroidered cuffs and collars herself, and sewed them on fresh nearly every day.