strike off


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strike something off (of) someone or something

 and strike something off
to knock something off someone or something. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) She accidentally struck John's hat off of him. She struck off a chunk of ice.
See also: off, strike

strike off

v.
To start a journey or proceed in a new direction: The hikers struck off into the forest.
See also: off, strike
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But Santiago explainbed that In the judiciary, when opposing counsel moves to strike off the record, and the judge grants the motion, the testimony will remain on the record.
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