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Translation of "streaky" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

streaky

adjective     /ˈstriː.ki/
covered with long thin lines 帶有條紋;帶有條痕 This door needs another coat of paint - it's looking rather streaky. 這扇門需要再上一層漆——它看起來紋理還是比較明顯。 UK Streaky bacon contains strips of fat. 五花鹹肉有一條條肥肉。 Dirty and untidyRough, irregular and uneven
Translations of “streaky”
in Chinese (Simplified) 带有条纹, 带有条痕…
(Definition of streaky from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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