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noun /straip/
a band of colour /color etc
raya, lista
The wallpaper was grey with broad green stripes A zebra has black and white stripes.
a (usually V-shaped) badge worn on an army uniform to show rank.
striped adjective having stripes
a rayas
a striped shirt blue-and-white-striped curtains.
stripy adjective ( stripey) (British) covered with stripes
a rayas
A tiger has a stripy coat.
Translations of “stripe”
in Korean 줄무늬…
in Arabic خَطّ مُلَوَّن…
in French rayure, galon…
in Italian striscia, riga…
in Chinese (Traditional) 彩條, 條紋,斑紋…
in Russian полоска…
in Turkish şerit, yol, çizgi…
in Polish pasek…
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…
(Definition of stripe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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