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studded

adjective uk   /ˈstʌd.ɪd/ us  
made with metal studs fixed into the surface in a pattern: a studded dog collar/leather jacketstudded with sth literary If something is studded with many objects of the same type, those objects are arranged regularly across it, or across the surface of it: a baked ham studded with cloves Elaine looked up at the black, velvety sky studded with tiny, twinkling stars.
Translations of “studded”
in Chinese (Traditional) 用飾釘裝飾的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 用饰钉装饰的…
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