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Noun
A small, narrow river
“Sitting by a stream or a mountain is wonderful, feeling the air, sensing the presence of other living beings, hearing the natural sounds.”
Noun
A continuous flow of a substance, such as liquid or gas
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“Raising his head and straining his eyes, he could see a faint stream of smoke billowing out of a chimney close by.”
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A large number of things that happen or come one after the other
“The vignette I shared was just one moment in a seemingly endless stream of issues that are part of the daily phenomenon of urban teaching.”
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A class of school children grouped together because of similar ability
“Research has also shown students in the top stream were exposed to more highly valued knowledge and skills.”
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A group of people assembled together in a disorganized manner
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A ray or shaft of light
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Any channel, either natural or artificial, through which water flows
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A number of similar or related events, objects, or people coming one after another
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An arrival or entry of large numbers of people or things
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(figuratively) A plentiful source of supply
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Floodlight or beacon
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The water or air disturbed by a moving boat or aircraft
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(in cooking) A thin stream of a liquid ingredient trickled over food
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A program that is broadcast through media
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Converse through video
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An instance of a thing seizing or becoming stuck
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An underlying feeling or influence, especially one that is contrary to the prevailing atmosphere and is not expressed openly
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A long, thin line or mark of a different substance or color from its surroundings
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Matter in a state intermediate between liquid and plasma
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A general trajectory in which someone or something is developing or trending
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(geography) A bay or inlet off a main body of water
Verb
To flow or emit from, or through, an opening
“Sun rays stream through a hole in the cloud cover.”
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To move or proceed with a given movement or momentum
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“At a certain time, the equilibrium is disturbed and cold air begins to stream southwards.”
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To move in a specified direction as a mass of people or things
“We watched the crowd stream into the emporium for a last flurry of buying.”
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To float freely or with a waving motion
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“Red flags stream in the wind in a blaze of glory.”
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To move or walk, especially in an orderly fashion as a group in a single line
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To slide down a steep slope, especially one of snow or ice
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Move somewhere in large numbers
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To show or broadcast (a film, video or program)
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To rain heavily
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To froth or foam
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To move or glide through the air
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Pass on, transmit
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To move through the air in an aircraft
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To sort, sift, or isolate
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To pour, shed or fill with water or tears
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To teem, or be overrun or overflowing with
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To flood with water or a liquid
Types of
Types of bodies of freshwater
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