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English definition of “streaky”

streaky

adjective     /ˈstriː.ki/
covered with long, thin lines: This door needs another coat of paint - it's looking rather streaky.UK Streaky bacon contains strips of fat.Dirty and untidyRough, irregular and uneven
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