Do we say:

You strip me by eyes


You strip me by the eyes

? The sense I intend to get is something like, a person undressing someone else just by looking at him.

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    'You strip (or better, undress) me with your eyes' sounds more natural than either of those sentences. – Michael Harvey Nov 18 '19 at 22:43

The idiom is undress sb. with one's eyes.

As often happens in idioms, we wouldn't ever say "strip" here even though it's a synonym for "undress".

So, the expression you're looking for is

You undress me with your eyes.
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