Strike off - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈstraɪk ˈɒf|
Brit.  |straɪk ɒf|


- remove from a list (syn: cross off, cross out, mark, strike out)

Extra examples

The road strikes off into the forest.

He struck off into a wild levity.

The king's head was struck off while the crowd cheered.

This reporter has the ability to strike off a good description of the scene he is covering.

Strike off her name, I refuse to have her as a guest!

Leaving the town, we now strike off towards the river.

Terri was told to strike off the names of every person older than 30.

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