band, banding, stripenoun
an adornment consisting of a strip of a contrasting color or material
a piece of braid, usually on the sleeve, indicating military rank or length of service
chevron, stripe, stripes, grade insignianoun
V-shaped sleeve badge indicating military rank and service
"they earned their stripes in Kuwait"
a kind or category
"businessmen of every stripe joined in opposition to the proposal"
stripe, streak, barverb
a narrow marking of a different color or texture from the background
"a green toad with small black stripes or bars"; "may the Stars and Stripes forever wave"
mark with stripes
A long, straight region of a single colour.
The badge worn by certain officers in the military or other forces.
To mark with stripes.
To distribute data across several separate physical disks to reduce the time to read and write.
Etymology: * (noun) From or stripe.
a line, or long, narrow division of anything of a different color or structure from the ground; hence, any linear variation of color or structure; as, a stripe, or streak, of red on a green ground; a raised stripe
a pattern produced by arranging the warp threads in sets of alternating colors, or in sets presenting some other contrast of appearance
a strip, or long, narrow piece attached to something of a different color; as, a red or blue stripe sewed upon a garment
a stroke or blow made with a whip, rod, scourge, or the like, such as usually leaves a mark
a long, narrow discoloration of the skin made by the blow of a lash, rod, or the like
color indicating a party or faction; hence, distinguishing characteristic; sign; likeness; sort; as, persons of the same political stripe
the chevron on the coat of a noncommissioned officer
to make stripes upon; to form with lines of different colors or textures; to variegate with stripes
to strike; to lash
Etymology: [OD. strijpe a stripe, streak; akin to LG. stripe, D. streep, Dan. stribe, G. strief, striefen, MHG. striefen to glide, march.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
strīp, n. a blow, esp. one made with a lash, rod, &c.: a wale or discoloured mark made by a lash or rod: a line, or long narrow division of a different colour from the ground: kind, particular sort: striped cloth.—v.t. to make stripes upon: to form with lines of different colours.—adjs. Strīped, having stripes of different colours; Strī′py, stripelike. [Old Dut. strijpe, a stripe in cloth; Dut. streep, Low Ger. stripe, Ger. streif.]
Stripe is a simple, developer-friendly way to accept payments online. They believe that enabling transactions on the web is a problem rooted in code, not finance, and they want to help put more websites in business.
a longitudinal streak of color different from the ground.
The numerical value of stripe in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of stripe in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
They're rainbow colored, some striped, some deep black with an orange stripe around them.
Businesses that deferred moving online or had no reason to operate online have made the leap practically overnight, we believe now is not the time to pull back, but to invest even more heavily in Stripe's platform.
The country is so divided but people from all walks of life, a few thousand of them will go into a room and listen to you sing and sing back with you and no body is really thinking about what's going on [ in the world ], people are just relaxing and having a good time. It's not a red state versus blue state, mask versus no mask. People from every political stripe everywhere just get together and they have one thing in common and that's music that they enjoy.
The objective of false prophets and teachers of whatever stripe is...the influence and control of the minds of men.
I can’t believe Iowans of any stripe would endorse this keynote speaker.
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- ράβδωση, λωρίδα, γαλόνιGreek
- lista, franja, raya, línea, galónSpanish
- galon, bande, rayureFrench
- srianScottish Gaelic
- lista, galloni, striscia, bandaItalian
- 筋, 縞Japanese
- полоса, нашивка, полоска, шевронRussian
- pruga, пругаSerbo-Croatian
- rand, linjeSwedish
- vạch sọcVietnamese
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