Definition of 'striped'
Example sentences containing 'striped'
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And he often wears its bright striped blazer and tie. The Sun (2015)My favourite is a red and blue striped top. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And anyway - you did have blue and white striped pyjamas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This set of six blue striped stainless-steel dessert spoons is great for both informal dining and outdoor entertaining. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is also a giant red and white striped crane, intended to be the beacon for approaching boats. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You could keep to the theme and have one of the navy and white striped light knits that are in many of the high street chains. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Blue and white striped pyjamas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I designed these small shops to look like blue and white striped tents supported by bamboo poles at the corners. The Education of a Gardener (1994)It was a freak to us but now the dark green striped tomatoes with noticeably dark red flesh can be bought at M&S. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His striped tie could have come straight out of prep school, with a patterned pocket square to finish a dapper summer look. The Sun (2014)They were said to have been in a red and white striped plastic bag at the far end of the roof space well away from the hatch. The Sun (2008)He had told her to wear something distinctive, and her red and white striped cotton dress was partly covered by a white cardigan. The Glasgow Girls (1994)Everything will be the same, including the green, white and red striped tie. The Sun (2012)White shirt and striped tie: Burton. The Sun (2011)He is in a suit, of course, with a pink checked shirt and a purple striped tie. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The Knightsbridge is guaranteed for 12 months and is in a plain forest green or in a green and white striped design. The Sun (2008)In addition, I wore a tall blue and white striped hat. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)It was then tied at the waist by a silk sash, usually pale blue or striped, and often worn with a straw hat. PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson (2004)
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Translations for 'striped'
British English: striped /straɪpt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is striped has stripes on it.
- American English: striped
- Arabic: مُقَلَّم
- Brazilian Portuguese: listrado
- Chinese: 有条纹的
- Croatian: prugast
- Czech: pruhovaný
- Danish: stribet
- Dutch: gestreept
- European Spanish: de rayas
- Finnish: raidallinen
- French: rayé
- German: gestreift
- Greek: ριγωτός
- Italian: a strisce
- Japanese: 縞のある
- Korean: 줄무늬의
- Norwegian: stripet
- Polish: pasiasty
- European Portuguese: às riscas
- Romanian: dungat
- Russian: полосатый
- Spanish: de rayas
- Swedish: randig
- Thai: ซึ่งเป็นแถบ
- Turkish: çizgili
- Ukrainian: смугастий
- Vietnamese: có sọc
Definition of striped from the Collins English Dictionary
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