Definition of 'stream'
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Is streaming films the end of going to cinema? The Sun (2011)The security of the rental income stream may not be as high as a commercial property fund. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What little light there was streamed in through thin cracks in the boards. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Look at her tearing through the orchard with her hair streaming. Anne of Green Gables (1872)It is being widely seen as the moment that music streaming goes mainstream. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We were also subjected to a constant stream of what would today be called physical abuse. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One picture taken by a local agency showed a man with blood streaming from his nose. The Sun (2012)Does it bother him that all his hard work ends up being streamed on a phone? Times, Sunday Times (2013)He suggested that he may return to streaming services in future. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Light streams through the enormous glass arched roof. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is thus necessary to train a continuous stream of new men. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The faster download speeds allow the antenna to deliver a stable data stream to anyone in the vehicle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The blame for the storms lay with a large loop in the jet stream river of wind a few miles high. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Outside are ten acres of gardens, a stream and pond. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tudor Farmhouse has a pretty garden with a stream flowing over large pebbles. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Click on a track and it plays in seconds, streamed to your computer in good quality. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The second half should see 6 per cent more outlets open as planning approvals come on stream. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In fine weather, spill out on to the large garden with a stream at the bottom. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This disrupted the jet stream which flows over the Pacific. Times, Sunday Times (2014)On one doorstep, they met a man who unleashed a stream of abuse about their dad. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A narrow stream of blood ran down his cheek when he stumbled back out. The Crossing-Place (1993)
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Translations for 'stream'
British English: stream /striːm/ NOUN
A stream is a small narrow river.
There was a small stream at the end of the garden.
- American English: stream
- Arabic: مَجْرىً
- Brazilian Portuguese: riacho
- Chinese: 水流
- Croatian: rječica
- Czech: říčka
- Danish: vandløb
- Dutch: stroom
- European Spanish: corriente agua
- Finnish: virta
- French: rivière
- German: Bach
- Greek: ρεύμα νερό
- Italian: ruscello
- Japanese: 小川
- Korean: 개울
- Norwegian: bekk
- Polish: strumień
- European Portuguese: riacho
- Romanian: râu
- Russian: ручей
- Spanish: corriente arroyo
- Swedish: bäck
- Thai: ลำธาร
- Turkish: dere
- Ukrainian: струмок
- Vietnamese: dòng suối
British English: stream VERB
If a liquid streams somewhere, it flows or comes out in large amounts.
Tears streamed down their faces.
Definition of stream from the Collins English Dictionary
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