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Meaning of “pattern” - Learner’s Dictionary

pattern

noun [C]     /ˈpætən/
WAY B2 a particular way that something is often done or repeated: behaviour patternsWays of achieving things
DESIGN B1 a design of lines, shapes, colours, etcPatterns and shapesCraftsPainting, drawing and printing
SHAPE B2 a drawing or shape that helps you to make something: a dress patternPatterns and shapesKnitting and sewingCrafts
(Definition of pattern from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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