Repattern



noun
1.
a decorative design, as for wallpaper, china, or textile fabrics, etc.
2.
decoration or ornament having such a design.
3.
a natural or chance marking, configuration, or design:
patterns of frost on the window.
4.
a distinctive style, model, or form:
a new pattern of army helmet.
5.
a combination of qualities, acts, tendencies, etc., forming a consistent or characteristic arrangement:
the behavior patterns of teenagers.
6.
an original or model considered for or deserving of imitation:
Our constitution has been a pattern for those of many new republics.
7.
anything fashioned or designed to serve as a model or guide for something to be made:
a paper pattern for a dress.
8.
a sufficient quantity of material for making a garment.
9.
the path of flight established for an aircraft approaching an airport at which it is to land.
10.
a diagram of lines transmitted occasionally by a television station to aid in adjusting receiving sets; test pattern.
11.
Metallurgy. a model or form, usually of wood or metal, used for giving the shape of the interior of a mold.
12.
Numismatics. a coin, either the redesign of an existing piece or the model for a new one, submitted for authorization as a regular issue.
13.
an example, instance, sample, or specimen.
14.
Gunnery, Aerial Bombing.

the distribution of strikes around a target at which artillery rounds have been fired or on which bombs have been dropped.
a diagram showing such distribution.

verb (used with object)
15.
to make or fashion after or according to a pattern.
16.
to cover or mark with a pattern.
17.
Chiefly British Dialect.

to imitate.
to attempt to match or duplicate.

verb (used without object)
18.
to make or fall into a pattern.
noun
1.
an arrangement of repeated or corresponding parts, decorative motifs, etc: although the notes seemed random, a careful listener could detect a pattern
2.
a decorative design: a paisley pattern
3.
a style: various patterns of cutlery
4.
a plan or diagram used as a guide in making something: a paper pattern for a dress
5.
a standard way of moving, acting, etc: traffic patterns
6.
a model worthy of imitation: a pattern of kindness
7.
a representative sample
8.
a wooden or metal shape or model used in a foundry to make a mould
9.

the arrangement of marks made in a target by bullets
a diagram displaying such an arrangement

verb (transitive)
10.
often foll by after or on. to model
11.
to arrange as or decorate with a pattern
noun
1.
(Irish) an outdoor assembly with religious practices, traders’ stalls, etc on the feast day of a patron saint
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