strip for

strip for (someone or something)

1. To remove most or all of one's clothing for some purpose, task, or objective. I hate having to strip for my physical every year. We stripped for a dip in the hot tub. I used to be embarrassed about stripping for a living, but it doesn't bother me anymore.
2. To remove one's clothing in an erotic manner for someone else's viewing pleasure. She earned extra cash by stripping for wealthy business men in a nudie bar down town. My date wanted me to strip for her, which made me a little bit uncomfortable.
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strip for something

to take off one's clothing for something. Todd went into the locker room and stripped for his shower. All the recruits stripped for their medical examination.
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