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 ?
"And Cecily is a sweet pink, like those mayflowers, and Sara Ray is very pale blue, and Dan is red and Felix is yellow, like Peter, and Bev is striped."
It isn't HE that is striped. It's just the THOUGHT of him.
The beaten tracks of the deer and the pig, all heading toward the river, had striped that colourless plain with dusty gullies driven through the ten-foot grass, and, early as it was, each long avenue was full of first-comers hastening to the water.
When he came to the cave, Fear, the Hairless One, put out his hand and called him 'The Striped One that comes by night,' and the First of the Tigers was afraid of the Hairless One, and ran back to the swamps howling."
There was a chirpy noise, and a small striped Chipmunk appeared with a night light, and hoped he felt better?
Once when Goody emptied an extra big bagful, there was a decided squeak; and next time Goody brought another bagful, a little striped Chipmunk scrambled out in a hurry.
Thomas, though she was I retail trade,' was permitted to see them and to `get ideas.' They were all generous, these travelling men; they gave Tiny Soderball handkerchiefs and gloves and ribbons and striped stockings, and so many bottles of perfume and cakes of scented soap that she bestowed some of them on Lena.
If he thought to frighten the striped beast by such language he was mistaken.
Lend me thy gay striped coat that I may go to the Council Rock.
The solemn protestations of the hostler being wholly unavailing, the leather hat-box was obliged to be raked up from the lowest depth of the boot, to satisfy him that it had been safely packed; and after he had been assured on this head, he felt a solemn presentiment, first, that the red bag was mislaid, and next that the striped bag had been stolen, and then that the brown-paper parcel 'had come untied.' At length when he had received ocular demonstration of the groundless nature of each and every of these suspicions, he consented to climb up to the roof of the coach, observing that now he had taken everything off his mind, he felt quite comfortable and happy.
The head hostler was a pleasant, active little man, with a crooked leg, and a yellow striped waistcoat.
He who believes that each equine species was independently created, will, I presume, assert that each species has been created with a tendency to vary, both under nature and under domestication, in this particular manner, so as often to become striped like other species of the genus; and that each has been created with a strong tendency, when crossed with species inhabiting distant quarters of the world, to produce hybrids resembling in their stripes, not their own parents, but other species of the genus.