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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
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mintás
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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?
References in classic literature ?
The girl had on a neat and trim summer dress, patterned in broad stripes of pink and white, and her bonnet was equipped with a pink veil.
It was a small Chinese box of black and gold-dust lacquer, elaborately wrought, the sides patterned with curved waves, and the silken cords hung with round crystals and tasselled in plaited metal threads.
The deep-sea freighters are rising to lung up after the long night, and the leisurely ocean is all patterned with peacock's eyes of foam.