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ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Gothic *strappōn(*strappōn), from Latin struppus(strap), from Ancient Greek στρόφον(stróphon, rope).

VerbEdit

strappare

  1. to tear or rip
  2. to tear out (pages from a book etc)
  3. to pull up (weeds etc)
  4. to pull off (buttons etc)
  5. (music) To pluck off as in piano playing by throwing off a note or chord with a rapid but light turn of the wrist

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