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noun [countable] stream pronunciation in American English /strim/
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singularstream
pluralstreams
  1. 1
    a small narrow river

    A path runs alongside the stream.

  2. 2
    a continuous flow of people or things
    stream of:

    a steady stream of visitors/traffic/cars

    He was great company with his endless stream of stories.

    1. a.
      a continuous flow of liquid or gas

      Blood ran from his nose in a steady stream.

      stream of:

      A stream of smoke rose from the chimney.

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