Stripe is a related term of layer.
As nouns the difference between stripe and layer
is that stripe
is a long, straight region of a single colour while layer
is a single thickness of some material covering a surface.
As verbs the difference between stripe and layer
is that stripe
is to mark with stripes while layer
is (ambitransitive) to cut or divide (something) into layers.
A long, straight region of a single colour.
(in the plural) The badge worn by certain officers in the military or other forces.
(informal) Distinguishing characteristic; sign; likeness; sort.
A long narrow mark left by striking with a lash or rod; by extension, such a stroke.
* Bible, Deuteronomy xxv. 3
- persons of the same political stripe
- Forty stripes he may give him, and not exceed.
* 1610 , , act 1 scene 2
- Cruelty marked him with inglorious stripes .
(weaving) A pattern produced by arranging the warp threads in sets of alternating colours, or in sets presenting some other contrast of appearance.
- Thou most lying slave, / Whom stripes may move, not kindness!
* of the same stripe
* show one's true stripes
* true stripes
To mark with stripes.
(computing) To distribute data across several separate physical disks to reduce the time to read and write.
A single thickness of some material covering a surface.
- Wrap the loaf in two layers of aluminum foil before putting it in the oven.
# An item of clothing worn under or over another.
- After the first coat of paint dried, he applied another layer .
A (usually) horizontal deposit; a stratum.
- It's cold now but it will warm up this afternoon. Make sure you wear layers .
A person who lays things, such as tiles.
A mature female bird, insect, etc. that is able to lay eggs.
- I find seven-layer cake a bit too rich.
A hen kept to lay eggs.
A shoot of a plant, laid underground for growth.
- When dealing with an infestation of headlice, the first step is to eliminate the layers .
* (stratum) stratum
* boundary layer
* ozone layer
(ambitransitive) to cut or divide (something) into layers
(ambitransitive) to arrange (something) in layers.
- Layer the ribbons on top of one another to make an attractive pattern.