动词过去式:striped 过去分词:striped 现在分词:striping 第三人称单数:stripes
1 long narrow band (usu of the same width throughout its length) on a surface that is usu different from it in colour, material or texture 条纹, 线条（通常全长等宽, 而颜色、材料或质地通常异于底面）
*a white table-cloth with red stripes 有红色条纹的白桌布
* the tiger's stripes 老虎的斑纹
* The plates have a blue stripe round the edge. 这些盘子边缘上有一道蓝线. =>illus at pattern 见pattern插图.
2 badge (often in the shape of a V) that is worn on the uniform of a soldier, policeman, etc as a mark of rank; chevron （军警等制服上的）级别条纹（常呈V字形）; V形臂章
*How many stripes are there on a sergeant's sleeve? 中士的袖子上有几道V形条纹?
* She was awarded another stripe. 她又升了一级.
3 (usu pl 通常作复数) (arch 古) blow with a whip; stroke 鞭打; 抽打.
Probably from Middle Dutch
a line of colour, especially one of several lines of colour all close together a shirt with black and white stripesvertical/horizontal stripesof all stripes/of every stripe
of all different types Politicians of all stripes complained about the plan.
a narrow piece of material worn on the arm of a uniform as a sign of rank
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