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Meaning of “striped” - Learner’s Dictionary

striped

adjective     /straɪpt/
with a pattern of stripes: a striped shirtDescriptions of animal (non-human) markingsPatterns and shapes
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…
(Definition of striped from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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