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stripped-down

[stript-doun] /ˈstrɪptˈdaʊn/
adjective
1.
having only essential features; lacking any special appointments or accessories.
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British Dictionary definitions for stripped down

stripped-down

adjective
1.
reduced to the bare essentials; spare
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stripped down

adjective phrase
  1. Of a car, divested of ornaments and other unnecessary parts; shaved (1946+)
  2. Reduced to the essentials; disencumbered: a stripped-down version of the Oedipus myth (1961+)

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