Translation of pattern in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (decoration) diseño (masculine), dibujo (masculine); (on fabric) diseño (masculine), estampado (masculine) a floral pattern un motivo or diseño floral a geometric pattern un dibujo geométrico the waves left ripple patterns in the sand las olas dibujaron ondas en la arena the pattern repeats every two feet el dibujo se repite cada dos piesExample sentences1.2 (order, arrangement) it follows the normal pattern sigue las pautas normales to set the pattern marcar* las pautas patterns of consumption pautas (feminine plural) or hábitos (masculine plural) de consumo behavior pattern [Psychology/Psicología] patrón (masculine) conductual or de conducta languages with similar syntax patterns idiomas (masculine plural) con estructuras sintácticas similares a pattern is beginning to emerge se están empezando a notar ciertas pautas regulares the familiar pattern of events repeated itself volvió a repetirse la historia de siempre
- Included are geometrics, florals and foliates, animals and nature motifs and other decorative repeat patterns.
- These aspects then become ornamented with Islamic-inspired decorative patterns and Islamic cultural artifacts.
- It featured exuberant decorative patterns, designs in the brickwork and wooden attachments.
- 2 2.1 (model) modelo (masculine) 2.2 (in dressmaking) patrón (masculine), molde (masculine) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) 2.3 (sample) muestra (feminine)Example sentences
- Using a T-shirt and an A-line skirt as guides, make paper patterns.
- Using your pattern, the cloth is then cut and trimmed, along with the finest linings and silks available.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
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