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striped
American English: /straɪpt/
British English: /strʌɪpt/

Translation of striped in Spanish:

adjective

  • (carpet/cloth)
    a or de rayas
    a blue dress striped with red
    un vestido azul con rayas or listas rojas
    Example sentences
    • She was just a little chubbier than the other girls and she wore blue shorts and a striped pink and blue shirt.
    • I went into my room and quickly changed into shorts and my striped sleeveless shirt.
    • He knew he was still perched on the tree limb, a small form in shorts and a striped shirt.

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