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I cannot understand the difference between the noun "strip" and the noun "stripe". When I check the dictionary, it seems basically the same thing although dictionary does not indicate they are synonymous.
Rucadifference between the noun "strip" and the noun "stripe"A strip is more like a ribbon. It's a detached long and narrow shape. A strip of cloth. A strip of paper.
A stripe is more like a long line painted on something else. A white shirt with blue stripes. A red skirt with white stripes. A pedestrian walk painted with white stripes.
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