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dappled

adjective uk   /ˈdæp.l̩d/ us  
covered with spots of colour that are lighter or darker than the main colour, or covered with areas of light and darkness: a dappled pony. The dappled sunlight fell across her face as she lay beneath the tree.
Translations of “dappled”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有斑點的,花斑的, 斑駁的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有斑点的,花斑的, 斑驳的…
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