Pattern

  • 21pattern — pat|tern1 W1S3 [ˈpætən US ˈpætərn] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: patron, from Medieval Latin patronus; PATRON] 1.) the regular way in which something happens, develops, or is done ▪ Weather patterns have changed in recent years.… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 22pattern — 01. She was wearing a beautiful white dress with a lovely [pattern] of red roses on it. 02. Police are studying the five murders to see if there is a [pattern] which would suggest they were all committed by the same person. 03. The [pattern] on… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 23pattern — pat|tern1 [ pætərn ] noun count *** 1. ) a series of actions or events that together show how things normally happen or are done: We examined patterns of behavior in young children. follow a pattern (=happen according to a pattern): Training and… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 24pattern — 1 noun (C) 1 OF EVENTS the regular way in which something happens, develops, or is done: Watch for changes in her breathing pattern. | a strange pattern of events | follow a set pattern (=always happen or develop in the same fixed way): Romantic… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 25pattern — See contact pattern heavy side pattern ignition pattern master pattern primary pattern reference ignition pattern secondary pattern spray pattern tread pattern …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 26Pattern —    A pattern is a two dimensional diagram of a garment drafted by a patternmaker that is subsequently cut and sewn in fabric. The history of patternmaking can be traced as far back as the thirteenth century with the introduction of form fitting… …

    Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • 27pattern — I. noun Etymology: Middle English patron, from Anglo French, from Medieval Latin patronus Date: 14th century 1. a form or model proposed for imitation ; exemplar 2. something designed or used as a model for making things < a dressmaker s pattern&#8230; …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 28pattern — patternable, adj. patterned, adj. patterner, n. patternless, adj. patternlike, adj. patterny, adj. /pat euhrn/; Brit. /pat n/, n. 1. a decorative design, as for wallpaper, china, or textile fabrics, etc. 2. decoration or ornament having such a&#8230; …

    Universalium

  • 29pattern — [[t]pæ̱tə(r)n[/t]] ♦♦ patterns 1) N COUNT: oft the N of n A pattern is the repeated or regular way in which something happens or is done. All three attacks followed the same pattern... A change in the pattern of his breathing became apparent. 2)&#8230; …

    English dictionary

  • 30pattern — /ˈpætn / (say patn) noun 1. a decorative design, as for china, wallpaper, textile fabrics, etc. 2. such a design carried out on something. 3. a style of marking of natural or chance origin: patterns of frost on the window. 4. style or type in&#8230; …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 31pattern — pat•tern [[t]ˈpæt ərn[/t]] brit. [[t]ˈpæt n[/t]] n. 1) a decorative design, as for wallpaper, china, or textile fabrics, composed of elements in a regular arrangement 2) a natural or chance marking, configuration, or design 3) a distinctive style …

    From formal English to slang

  • 32pattern — n. & v. n. 1 a repeated decorative design on wallpaper, cloth, a carpet, etc. 2 a regular or logical form, order, or arrangement of parts (behaviour pattern; the pattern of one s daily life). 3 a model or design, e.g. of a garment, from which&#8230; …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 33Pattern — Pat|tern 〈[pæ̣tən] n. 15〉 1. 〈Psych.; Soziol.〉 Verhaltensmuster, Denkmodell 2. 〈Sprachw.〉 Satzmuster [engl., „Muster, Modell“] * * * Pat|tern [ pɛtɐn ], das; s, s [engl. pattern &LT; mengl. patron &LT; (a)frz. patron, ↑ Patrone]: 1. (bes. Psychol …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 34pattern — [14] Etymologically, pattern and patron are the same word. When it arrived in Old French as patron (from Latin patrōnus), it had roughly the range of senses of modern English patron, including that of ‘one who commissions work’. But it had also&#8230; …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 35pattern — Synonyms and related words: Geistesgeschichte, Hegelian idea, Kantian idea, Platonic form, Platonic idea, action, actions, activity, acts, address, aesthetic form, affectation, air, anatomy, antetype, antitype, archetype, architectonics,&#8230; …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 36pattern — ● ►en /pat t*rn/ n. m. ►SON►GRAPH Séquence motif. * Quand on parle d un fichier soundtrack, il s agit d une séquence, une suite de notes. Le pattern est censé pouvoir se répéter de manière harmonieuse. * Un pattern peut aussi être un motif&#8230; …

    Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone

  • 37pattern — i. A flight pattern that an aircraft must follow when approaching for landing and when leaving the airport after takeoff. ii. Radiation of the transmitting aerial as plotted on a diagram of the field strength for each bearing. Typical radiation&#8230; …

    Aviation dictionary

  • 38Pattern — In technical analysis, the distinctive formation created by the movement of security prices on a chart. It is identified by a line connecting common price points (closing prices, highs, lows) over a period of time. Chartists try to identify&#8230; …

    Investment dictionary

  • 39pattern — orifice pattern tread pattern …

    Mechanics glossary

  • 40pattern — Шаблон шрифтовой (Pattern)     Изображение шрифтового знака, вырезанное из тонкого листового материала (картон, латунь), закрепленное на подложке и служащее мастер моделью для щупа машины, гравирующей шрифтовые матрицы или пуансоны [штамп для&#8230; …

    Шрифтовая терминология