striped


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striped

 (strīpt, strī′pĭd)
adj.
Having lines or bands of different color or texture.

striped

(straɪpt)
adj
marked or decorated with stripes

striped

(straɪpt, ˈstraɪ pɪd)

adj.
having stripes or bands.
[1610–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.striped - marked or decorated with stripes
patterned - having patterns (especially colorful patterns)

striped

adjective banded, stripy, barred, streaky, striated striped wallpaper
Translations
مُخَطَّط، مُقَلَّممُقَلَّم
proužkovanýpruhovaný
stribet
raidallinen
prugast
csíkoscsíkozottsávos
röndóttur
縞のある縞の入った
줄무늬의줄이 있는
prúžkovaný
progast
randig
ซึ่งเป็นแถบซึ่งมีลาย
có sọc

striped

[straɪpt] ADJ [clothes, trousers] → de rayas, a rayas; [pattern, wallpaper] → rayado, listado, de rayas

striped

[ˈstraɪpt] adjrayé(e), à rayures
a striped skirt → une jupe à rayuresstrip light n (British)néon m, tube m au néonstrip lighting (British) néclairage m au néon, éclairage m fluorescentstrip mine n (US)mine f à ciel ouvertstrip mining strip-mining [ˈstrɪpmaɪnɪŋ] n (US)extraction f à ciel ouvert

striped

adjgestreift; striped with …mit … Streifen; to be striped with greygraue Streifen haben, grau gestreift sein

striped

[straɪpt] adja strisce, a righe

stripe

(straip) noun
1. a band of colour etc. The wallpaper was grey with broad green stripes; A zebra has black and white stripes.
2. a (usually V-shaped) badge worn on an army uniform to show rank.
striped adjective
having stripes. a striped shirt; blue-and-white-striped curtains.
ˈstripy adjective
covered with stripes. A tiger has a stripy coat.

striped

مُقَلَّم pruhovaný stribet gestreift ραβδωτός, ριγωτός a rayas, de rayas raidallinen rayé prugast a righe, a strisce 縞のある, 縞の入った 줄무늬의, 줄이 있는 gestreept, streperig stripet pasiasty às riscas, listrado полосатый randig ซึ่งเป็นแถบ, ซึ่งมีลาย çizgili có sọc 有斑纹的, 有条纹的
References in classic literature ?
He's about as big as a big 'possum, and his face is striped, black and white.
The Kearney brothers had divided a suit between them, the elder wearing a tightly-fitting, single-breasted blue frock-coat and a pair of pink striped cotton trousers, while the younger candidly displayed the trousers of his brother's suit, as a harmonious change to a shining black alpaca coat and crimson neckerchief.
The head hostler was a pleasant, active little man, with a crooked leg, and a yellow striped waistcoat.
From this depended, over the bed, light curtains of rose-colored gauze, striped with silver, supplying that protection from mosquitos which is an indispensable addition to all sleeping accommodation in that climate.
They were attracted by this idea; so it was not long before they were stripped, and striped from head to heel with black mud, like so many zebras -- all of them chiefs, of course -- and then they went tearing through the woods to attack an English settlement.
She had on a red cloak and a black bonnet: or rather, a broad-brimmed gipsy hat, tied down with a striped handkerchief under her chin.
It was a strong, slender rope with a striped red and blue handle at each end, but Mary Lennox had never seen a skipping-rope before.
He was very cleanly dressed, in a blue coat, striped waistcoat, and nankeen trousers; and his fine frilled shirt and cambric neckcloth looked unusually soft and white, reminding my strolling fancy (I call to mind) of the plumage on the breast of a swan.
A long line of boys carrying crates of striped tulips, and of yellow and red roses, defiled in front of him, threading their way through the huge, jade-green piles of vegetables.
They take orders from the Head of the Pack, and not from any striped cattle-killer.
Her print gown was tucked up, and she was wearing a large apron over her striped petticoat.
The King and Queen dismounted from their steeds, ascended the steps of the royal box, and seated themselves upon two thrones, decked with purple and gold trapping, upon a dais sheltered by striped canvas.