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patch

 (păch)
n.
1.
a. A small piece of material affixed to another, larger piece to conceal, reinforce, or repair a worn area, hole, or tear.
b. A small piece of cloth used for patchwork.
2. A small cloth badge affixed to a garment as a decoration or an insignia, as of a military unit.
3.
a. A dressing or covering applied to protect a wound or sore.
b. A pad or shield of cloth worn over an eye socket or an injured eye.
c. A transdermal patch.
5.
a. A small piece, part, or section, especially that which differs from or contrasts with the whole: a patch of thin ice; patches of sunlight.
b. A small plot or piece of land, especially one that produces or is used for growing specific vegetation: a briar patch; a bean patch.
6. An indefinite period of time; a spell: weathered a difficult patch after losing his job.
7. A temporary, removable electronic connection, as one between two components in a communications system.
8. Computers A piece of code added to software in order to fix a bug, especially as a temporary correction between two releases.
v. patched, patch·ing, patch·es
v.tr.
1. To put a patch or patches on: patched my pants.
2. To make by sewing scraps of material together: patch a quilt.
3. To mend, repair, or put together, especially hastily, clumsily, or poorly: They patched together the broken statues with glue and plaster. The delegates will be forced to patch up their differences.
4. To connect temporarily (electronic components), as with a patch cord.
5. Computers To correct a bug in (an item of software), especially as a temporary correction between releases.
v.intr.
Electronics To be connected temporarily.

[Middle English pacche, perhaps alteration of pece, pecche, piece; see piece.]

patch′a·ble adj.
patch′er n.

patched

(pætʃt)
adj
1. (Knitting & Sewing) repaired with patches; covered with patches
2. repaired with patches; covered with patches
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.patched - mended usually clumsily by covering a hole with a patch; "patched jeans"
old - of long duration; not new; "old tradition"; "old house"; "old wine"; "old country"; "old friendships"; "old money"
2.patched - having spots or patches (small areas of contrasting color or texture); "a field patched with ice and snow"; "the wall had a spotty speckled effect"; "a black-and-white spotted cow"
patterned - having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
Translations
záplatovaný
lappet
paikattu
zakrpan
つぎを当てた
기운
lappad
ที่ได้รับการปะ
bị vá

patched

مُرْقَعُ záplatovaný lappet geflickt μπαλωμένος remendado paikattu rapiécé zakrpan rattoppato つぎを当てた 기운 opgelapt lappet załatany remendado заплатанный lappad ที่ได้รับการปะ yamalı bị vá 修补好的
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