"dotted" meaning in All languages combined

Adjective [English]

Forms: more dotted [comparative], most dotted [superlative] IPA: /ˈdɑtɪd/ [General-American], /ˈdɒtɪd/ [Received-Pronunciation] enPR: dŏtʹĭd Audio: en-us-dotted.ogg [US] Rhymes: -ɒtɪd
  1. Made up of a series of dots. Tags: of a line
  2. That contains dots. Tags: usually Categories (topical): Computing
  3. With a dot after, increasing the value of the duration by half of the basic note. Tags: of notes and rests Categories (topical): Music
  4. Covered with irregularly scattered objects. Tags: figuratively

Verb [English]

IPA: /ˈdɑtɪd/ [General-American], /ˈdɒtɪd/ [Received-Pronunciation] enPR: dŏtʹĭd Audio: en-us-dotted.ogg [US] Rhymes: -ɒtɪd
  1. simple past tense and past participle of dot Tags: form-of, participle, past, simple Form of: dot

Download JSON data for dotted meaning in All languages combined (3.4kB)

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          "ref": "2012, Barry A. Burd, Michael Burton, Donn Felker, Java and Android Application Development For Dummies eBook Set",
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          "ref": "October 1895, Stephen Crane, chapter 11, in The Red Badge of Courage, 1st US edition, New York: D. Appleton and Company, page 107",
          "text": "The woods filtered men and the fields became dotted."
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    {
      "code": "de",
      "lang": "German",
      "sense": "(of a line) made up of a series of dots",
      "word": "gepunktet"
    },
    {
      "code": "mi",
      "lang": "Maori",
      "sense": "(of a line) made up of a series of dots",
      "word": "iraira"
    },
    {
      "code": "ru",
      "lang": "Russian",
      "roman": "punktírnyj",
      "sense": "(of a line) made up of a series of dots",
      "word": "пункти́рный"
    },
    {
      "code": "ru",
      "lang": "Russian",
      "roman": "tóčečnyj",
      "sense": "(of a line) made up of a series of dots",
      "word": "то́чечный"
    },
    {
      "code": "es",
      "lang": "Spanish",
      "sense": "(of a line) made up of a series of dots",
      "word": "punteado"
    },
    {
      "code": "el",
      "lang": "Greek",
      "roman": "parestigménos",
      "sense": "(of music notes and rests) with a dot after",
      "word": "παρεστιγμένος"
    }
  ],
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