Traducción de chequered en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈtʃɛkərd//ˈtʃɛkəd/



  • 1

    • Down the middle is a double row of checkered squares, red and white, with a black horizontal footprint just below the center.
    • The interior features painted wood paneling and a new ceramic floor in a checkered pattern, in keeping with the chapel's original architectural style.
    • I imagine in that case, the red checkered tablecloth would do.
    • She was wearing a mini skirt with a chequered pattern and a pink and white string top with a butterfly on it.
    • My eyes followed the checkered patterns across the carpet.
    • To me, the scene looked like fun - what with the checkered tablecloths, faces of all ages, and the music and all.
    • Although not highly recommended, you can always wear a plaid pattern shirt with a checkered tie, so long as the patterns aren't identical in size.
    • She wore two flannel shirts, the outer one royal-blue with black checkered squares and pearled snaps down the front.
    • It looks European with its patterned chequered floor tiles and light coloured natural wood tables and chairs, with brightly coloured place mats.
    • The wooden board had a checkered pattern of sixty-four black and white squares and a compartment on either side of the board.
    • On top of their sweaters the students pulled on coloured checkered jerseys.
    • The modern game dates from the 15th century, when the board of squares became chequered and the pieces gained their present form.
    • The facade of the third block of apartments on the garden is distinguished by a checkered pattern formed of black and light-gray panels that slide over the windows as sunshades.
    • Cover that buffet table with an antique patchwork quilt, checkered tablecloth or even canvas potato sacks.
    • Modern checkered patterns and jacquards and high-quality uni-colours are the most popular in the international market this spring.
    • Each image is heavily ornamented with striped columns, checkered banners, rows of squares, and other simple shapes.
    • By mixing two complementary patterns, it's possible to create distinctive designs that emulate rich neutral basket weaves or vibrant checkered patterns.
    • The all-time best ‘color’ is a checkered pattern of yellow and black.
    • It was smooth and there were blue lines all over it, set into a chequered pattern.
    • Unfortunately, patterned shirts - such as plaid, striped and checkered - tend to be less versatile, and for many they can be a nightmare to mix and match.