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pattern /ˈpætən $ ˈpætərn/ noun [countable]


بطور نمونه ساختن ، شکل ، الگو قالب ، انگاره ، نقش ، صفات فردی ، خصوصیات فردی ، خصوصیات ، بعنوان نمونه یا سرمشق بکار رفتن ، نظیربودن ، همتا بودن ، تقلید کردن ، نقشه ساختن ، طرح ساختن ، بعنوان الگو بکاربردن ، علوم مهندسی: طرح ، عمران: نمونه ، معماری: نقش ونگار ، شیمی: ردیف بندی ، روانشناسی: الگو ، بازرگانی: شیوه ، ورزش: گامها و حرکات دو اسکیت باز با هم ، علوم هوایی: الگو ، علوم نظامی: طرح اصابت گلوله ها
مهندسی صنایع: الگو ، طرح ، خصیصه ، روند کامپیوتر: الگو

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

pattern
[noun]
Synonyms:
- design, arrangement, decoration, device, figure, motif
- order, method, plan, sequence, system
- plan, design, diagram, guide, original, stencil, template
[verb]
Synonyms:
- model, copy, follow, form, imitate, mould, style
Related Words: original, patterning, arrangement, constellation
English Thesaurus: pattern, design, markings, moti

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. pattern1 S2 W1 /ˈpætən $ ˈpætərn/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: 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.
pattern of
changing patterns of behaviour among students
The child showed a normal pattern of development.
pattern in
They noticed patterns in the data.
A general pattern began to emerge.
Their descriptions seemed to follow a set pattern (=always develop in the same way).
His behavior fits a pattern of violent acts.

2.
a) a regularly repeated arrangement of shapes, colours, or lines on a surface, usually as decoration:
a black and white striped pattern
pattern of
a pattern of dots
b) a regularly repeated arrangement of sounds or words:
A sonnet has a fixed rhyming pattern.

3. [usually singular] a thing, idea, or person that is an example to copy:
The book set the pattern for over 40 similar historical romances.

4. a shape used as a guide for making something, especially a thin piece of paper used when cutting material to make clothes:
a dress pattern

5. a small piece of cloth, paper etc that shows what a larger piece will look like Synonym : sample

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. pattern2 verb [transitive]

1. be patterned on/after something to be designed or made in a way that is copied from something else:
The exam system is patterned after the one used in Japan.

2. literary to form a pattern on something:
Tiny white flowers patterned the ground like confetti.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

pattern
noun
I. arrangement of lines, shapes, etc.
ADJ. intricate | geometric | floral
VERB + PATTERN have The jumper has a geometric pattern on it.
design, make, print, produce, weave
PREP. in a/the ~ He had arranged the glasses in a pattern on the table.
~ on the pattern on the carpet

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pattern
II. usual manner
ADJ. basic, existing, familiar, normal, predictable, regular, set, traditional There is no set pattern for these meetings.
changing, ever-changing | complex | main | overall The overall pattern of our life changes little.
behaviour | employment | weather
VERB + PATTERN establish, set | follow Their actions follow a very predictable pattern.
fall into, fit into ideas that do not fit neatly into his patterns of thought
show 67% of patients showed a similar pattern of improvement.
PATTERN + VERB develop, emerge Similar patterns are emerging all over Eastern Europe.
change
PREP. ~ for the normal pattern for a boy/girl relationship
~ in the main patterns in English spelling
~ of patterns of behaviour

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pattern

a pattern of behaviour
It's easy to get stuck in the same old pattern of behaviour.
a pattern of development
Regular checks help to ensure that the child is following the normal pattern of development
the same/a similar pattern
Each of the murders has followed a similar pattern.
a different pattern
There are different patterns of social life in urban areas.
the basic pattern
The basic pattern of her working day rarely changed.
the general pattern
The general pattern of change has been one of upward mobility.
the normal/usual pattern
As soon as she could, she resumed the normal pattern of her life.
a set/fixed pattern (=one that does not change)
These incidents followed a set pattern.
a weather pattern
Rising global temperatures are affecting weather patterns.
a behaviour pattern
He studied animal behaviour patterns.
a sleep pattern
Disturbed sleep patterns may be a symptom of depression.
a speech pattern
Computers are now able to produce acceptable speech patterns.
a spending pattern
The bank’s computer can detect unusual spending patterns.
a pattern emerges (=can be seen when something is studied)
Although the numbers are small, a pattern began to emerge.
follow a pattern
Her headaches did not seem to follow any particular pattern.
fit a pattern (also conform to a pattern formal) (=match a particular pattern)
Last week’s bombing fits this pattern.
establish a pattern
You should try to establish a pattern of working that suits you.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pattern
noun
BAD: Their daily pattern doesn't include enough exercise.
GOOD: Their daily routine doesn't include enough exercise.

Usage Note:
To refer to the things that you do every day, usually in the same order, use routine : 'The trip to Oslo was quite exhausting, but at least it provided an escape from the same old routine.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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