Translation of pattern in Spanish:


diseño, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpædərn/ /ˈpat(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of diseño


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    • 1.1(decoration)

      diseño masculine
      dibujo masculine
      (on fabric) diseño masculine
      (on fabric) estampado masculine
      a floral pattern un motivo / 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 pies
      • 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.
      • Clothing is made of cloth that repeats thousands of tiny patterns, with decorations such as silver hoops added.
      • Blocks of colour work better than patterns and neat tailoring works better than layers.
      • Symmetric and geometric designs are the most common features of Belarusan decorative patterns.
      • One strategy he often employed was to create repeating patterns of interlocking figures.
      • The motifs shared by the petroglyphic art include circles, cruciform shapes, star motifs and herringbone patterns.
      • Decorative patterns, repetition, alternation and progression were reviewed at this point.
      • Bricks, slabs and decking can be laid in patterns for decorative effect.
      • Support columns for the bridge will feature textured cast stone, with a cast concrete inset stamped with decorative patterns of prairie grasses.
      • She picked up a pair of scissors at the age of eight and started cutting traditional decorative patterns - common practice among country women.
      • The two posts on each side are filled with decorative, abstract patterns.
      • A long sword hung from his belt, which was covered with various decorative patterns.
      • Using a pastry brush, paint a decorative pattern on the inside of each cantaloupe with the green chocolate.
      • Pipe some frosting in a decorative pattern on top of each and set aside.
      • A fairly normal vase, the kind one would buy at the market: blue with swirly patterns, depicting some pastoral scene in creamy colours.
      • It can be rustic or traditional, with decorative tops, patterns, curves and arches adding to the fence design.
      • The fabric is baby blue with a pattern of assorted donuts.
      • Arabic inscriptions appear on most types of decorative patterns except those with representations of people.

    • 1.2(order, arrangement)

      it follows the normal pattern sigue las pautas normales
      • to set the pattern marcar las pautas
      • patterns of consumption pautas de consumo
      • behavior pattern patrón conductual / de conducta
      • languages with similar syntax patterns idiomas 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

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    • 2.1(model)

      modelo masculine
      • 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.

    • 2.2(in dressmaking)

      patrón masculine
      molde masculine Southern Cone

    • 2.3(sample)

      muestra feminine

transitive verb

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    to pattern sth on sth
    • Staff members will pattern their leadership after those above them - not after what others say as much as what they do.
    • Today it is not uncommon for some of the so-called replica firearms to be of better quality and performance than the originals they were patterned after.
    • While polyphonic tones were better than monotones, they still sounded more like an old video game than the music they were patterned after.
    • Your car's headlights and spotlights are patterned after that design.
    • Jews count the months by the moon; western civilization patterns its calendar after the sun.
    • And man, he was something to watch, a college All-American whose style of ball I patterned my game after.
    • I had patterned my own behavior after his, and when I began to identify some of those same qualities in myself, I knew I had to take action.
    • Plus, league bowlers pattern their styles after their favorite player.
    • Pets will pattern their moods after yours, so love what you are doing!
    • Does that bother you at all, or do you try and pattern your style after a guy like him?
    • I have tried very hard to pattern my own life after the profound spirit of love and compassion for all things that I saw within this beautiful woman.
    • In 1974 our uniform was patterned on the one that had been worn by the BC Provincial Police Force before it was taken over by the RCMP in the early 1950s.
    • Her ambitions are patterned on images absorbed from old movies and gleaned from her favourite reading matter, celebrity autobiographies.
    • That would be great, having a health care system patterned after the foster care system.
    • It is undoubtedly true that many of us are living in new houses that are patterned on interior designs a hundred or even two hundred years old.
    • And if you would, who would you want to pattern yourself after?