Definition of field-strip in English:

field-strip

verb

US
  • 1with object To dismantle or disassemble (a firearm or other piece of equipment), especially as one would in the field rather than in a workshop, etc.

  • 2with object Informal (originally and chiefly Military). To shred (the butt of a cigarette or cigar), usually so that the pieces can be disposed of without leaving evidence of one's passing.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in The Boston Globe. From field + strip.

Pronunciation

field-strip

/ˈfiːldstrɪp/