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patterning, present participle; patterned, past tense; patterns, 3rd person singular present; patterned, past participle;
  1. Decorate with a recurring design
    • - rosebud patterned wallpapers
    • - violet-tinged flowers patterned the grassy banks
  2. Give a regular or intelligible form to
    • - the brain not only receives information, but interprets and patterns it
  3. Give something a form based on that of (something else)
    • - the clothing is patterned on athletes' wear

  1. having patterns (especially colorful patterns)
  2. (Patterning) A process that involves learning through repetition.
  3. (Patterning) creating an image in a photoresist layer. PC Board - Printed Circuit Board - an insulating board with patterned conductive layers on it. Components including ICs are soldered down to a PC board to build up complex electric circuits.
  4. (Patterning) defines the formation of various geometric designs or patterns on the roof resulting from overlay- or laminated tab-type shingles applied incorrectly or from incorrect color blends.
  5. (Patterning) is a controversial form of alternative therapy for people with CP. The method is promoted by The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP), a Philadelphia nonprofit, but has been criticized by the American Academy of Pediatrics. ...
  6. (Patterning) represents the ability to review, study and interpret large amounts of data/events/information and identify causal or correlative connections that over time or space may represent patterns driven by underlying phenomena which may become crucial to understanding.
  7. Socks or sheers having a design knitted into the garment or impressed on the side, front or over-all surface. (See Textures)
  8. Angular (rarely curvilinear) motifs of one type of corrugation in another type of corrugation. usually indented corrugated motifs in clapboard corrugation.
  9. A decorative design, as for wallpaper, textile fabrics, etc., used in a layering effect.