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striped

adjective uk   us   /straɪpt/
Something that is striped has stripes on it: green and white striped pyjamas Do you prefer plain or striped shirts?
Translations of “striped”
in Korean 줄무늬가 있는…
in Arabic مُقَلَّم…
in Portuguese listrado, de listras…
in Catalan de ratlles…
in Japanese 縞模様の, ストライプの…
in Italian a righe, rigato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有條紋的…
in Russian полосатый, в полоску…
in Turkish çizgili, şeritli, yollu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有条纹的…
in Polish w paski…
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