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tr.v. stri·at·ed, stri·at·ing, stri·ates
To mark with striae or striations.
adj. also stri·at·ed (-ā′tĭd)
1. Marked with striae; striped, grooved, or ridged.
2. Consisting of a stria or striae.

[From Latin striātus, furrowed, from stria, furrow; see stria.]
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(ˈstraɪ eɪ tɪd)

marked with striae; streaked.
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[straɪˈeɪtɪd] ADJestriado
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adj (form: = striped) → gestreift; (= furrowed)gefurcht; (Geol) → mit Schliffen or Schrammen
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a. estriado-a, enlistado-a;
___ musclemúsculo ___.
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It's flying into the wind, plumage flustering, tail fanned, wing tips flickering, its breast striated, its body rocking on the air.
Making up just 4% of the total volume of the block, the optical fibers give the material a striated texture.
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The Cd concentrations were highest in digestive gland > gills > adductor muscle (striated and smooth) > gonad ~ mantle.
The stalks and asymmetric, striated cap of each resembling a trumpet's bell being harmoniously aligned with adjoining ones.
Using these characters as her vehicle the author reveals the life of the Shakers through the striated vision of a Believer and the critical sometimes harsh perception of an outsider.