Part of speech:
To dismantle (a firearm, for example) piece by piece.
To deduct (withholding tax) from an employee's salary.
To deprive or rob; dispossess
To free of; rid:
Characterized by a taking away or loss of some quality
The process of changing from a gas to a solid without passing through an intermediate liquid phase. Carbon dioxide, at a pressure of one atmosphere, undergoes deposition at about −78 degrees Celsius.
An act of divesting.
To force into military service.
To seize by authority:
(Geology) To expose (rock strata) by erosion.
To deprive of something valuable, especially by force; rob:
To strip (a house, ship, etc.) of furniture, equipment, means of defense, etc.
To deprive of the possession of something, esp. land, a house, etc.; oust
To clip short or cut off (an animal's tail, for example).
To remove an organ, such as an eye, from a patient.
To deprive of ownership; dispossess
To be removable
(--- Law) To take property from (a person) illegally by using or threatening to use violence or force; commit robbery upon.
To fail to give or supply (something expected or promised).
To deprive of strength, resources, etc.
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