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pat·tern

 (păt′ərn)
n.
1.
a. A usually repeating artistic or decorative design: a paisley pattern. See Synonyms at figure.
b. A natural or accidental arrangement or sequence: the pattern of rainfall over the past year.
2.
a. A plan, diagram, or model to be followed in making things: a dress pattern.
b. A model or original used for imitation or as an archetype. See Synonyms at ideal.
3. A consistent, characteristic form, style, or method, as:
a. A composite of traits or features characteristic of an individual or a group: one's pattern of behavior.
b. Form and style in an artistic work or body of artistic works.
4.
a. The configuration of gunshots upon a target that is used as an indication of skill in shooting.
b. The distribution and spread, around a targeted region, of spent shrapnel, bomb fragments, or shot from a shotgun.
5. Enough material to make a complete garment.
6. A test pattern.
7. The flight path of an aircraft about to land: a flight pattern.
8. Football A pass pattern.
v. pat·terned, pat·tern·ing, pat·terns
v.tr.
1. To make, mold, or design by following a pattern: We patterned this plan on the previous one. My daughter patterned her military career after her father's.
2. To cover or ornament with a design or pattern.
v.intr.
To make a pattern.

[Middle English patron, from Old French; see patron.]

patterned

(ˈpætənd)
adj
1. modelled
2. arranged as or decorated with a pattern
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.patterned - having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
unpatterned, plain - lacking patterns especially in color

patterned

adjective
1. decorated, fancy, trimmed, intricate, adorned, mosaic, ornamented, embellished, tessellated the elaborately patterned floor of a balcony
2. modelled, following, ordered, shaped, emulating a policy patterned on the federal bill of rights
Translations
مُزَخْرَف، مَصوغ
vzorovaný
mønstret
mintás
mynstraîur
vzorkovaný
desenli

patterned

[ˈpætənd] ADJestampado

patterned

[ˈpætərnd] adjà motifs
to be patterned with sth → être orné(e) d'un motif de qch

patterned

adjgemustert

patterned

[ˈpætənd] adja disegni, a motivi; (material) → fantasia inv

pattern

(ˈpӕtən) noun
1. a model or guide for making something. a dress-pattern.
2. a repeated decoration or design on material etc. The dress is nice but I don't like the pattern.
3. an example suitable to be copied. the pattern of good behaviour.
ˈpatterned adjective
with a decoration or design on it; not plain. Is her new carpet patterned?
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Amazed by the mysterious beauty of the palaces, Escher took out his sketchbook and made ink and watercolor paintings of the patterned tiles.
Scientists studying so-called patterned grounds have developed geological models for how some of these varied landforms have arisen from the influence of only soft, water, and sunlight.
By focusing on migration as population movements to be counted, characterized, and patterned, this book reflects the approaches of that literature and only marginally addresses other aspects of the topic such as the meaning of migration for those who traveled.