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stripe

noun [C]  /strɑɪp/ us  
a line on a surface that is a different color from the rest of the surface: a blue tie with gray stripes A stripe is also a particular type, esp. when there are many possible types: Governments of every stripe (= of all political opinions) have a tendency to try to control the press.
striped
adjective [not gradable]  /strɑɪpt/ us  
a striped red-and-white shirt
Translations of “stripe”
in Korean 줄무늬…
in Arabic خَطّ مُلَوَّن…
in French rayure, galon…
in Turkish şerit, yol, çizgi…
in Italian striscia, riga…
in Chinese (Traditional) 彩條, 條紋,斑紋…
in Russian полоска…
in Polish pasek…
in Spanish raya, lista, galón…
in Portuguese listra…
in German der Streifen, die Tresse…
in Catalan ratlla…
in Japanese 縞模様, ストライプ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 彩条, 条纹,斑纹…
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