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stream /stri:m/
  • danh từ
    • dòng suối, dòng sông nhỏ
    • dòng, luồng
      • stream of people: dòng người
      • the stream of time: dòng thời gian
      • a stream of cold air: luồng không khí lạnh
      • a stream of light: luồng ánh sáng
    • chiều nước chảy, dòng
      • against the stream: ngược dòng
      • to go with the stream: theo dòng; (bóng) làm theo những người khác
  • nội động từ
    • chảy như suối, chảy ròng ròng; chảy ra, trào ra, tuôn ra
      • eyes streaming with tears: mắt trào lệ
      • light streamed through the window: ánh sáng ùa vào qua cửa sổ
    • phấp phới, phất phơ (cờ, tóc)
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm chảy ra như suối, làm chảy ròng ròng; làm chảy ra, làm trào ra, làm tuôn ra
        • wounds streaming blood: vết thương trào máu
    Concise Dictionary
    streams|streamed|streamingstrɪːm
    noun
    +a natural body of running water flowing on or under the earth
    +dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas
    +a steady flow (usually from natural causes)
    +the act of flowing or streaming; continuous progression
    +something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously
    verb
    +to extend, wave or float outward, as if in the wind
    +exude profusely
    +move in large numbers
    +rain heavily
    +flow freely and abundantly

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 brook, brooklet, streamlet, rivulet, tributary, river, freshet, run, watercourse, waterway, channel, Chiefly Literary rill, runnel, Literary or N Brit dialect beck, burn, Archaic NE US except in placenames kill, US creek, branch:
    If the streams continue to swell, flooding can be expected in low-lying areas.
    2 flow, current, outpouring, effluence or efflux, effusion, rush, spurt, surge, fountain, geyser, torrent, flood, deluge, cataract, cascade:
    A stream of bubbles showed where the diver was swimming. A stream of obscenities poured from his lips.
    3 flow, rush, swarm, tide, flood, deluge, succession, series, row, line, string, chain, barrage, Brit queue:
    Simon has had a constant stream of visitors all morning.
    v.
    4 run, flow, course, glide, rush, slide, slip, surge; pour, issue, emanate, gush, flood, spout, well up or out or forth, squirt, spurt, shoot, jet; cascade:
    The rain streamed down the windows.
    5 issue, emanate; rush, surge, pour, flood, file, proceed, march, walk, move:
    People streamed in and out of the building all day long.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 a small narrow river: mountain / underground streams + We waded across a shallow stream.
    See also - DOWNSTREAM, UPSTREAM, THE GULF STREAM
    2 ~ (of sth) a continuous flow of liquid or gas: A stream of blood flowed from the wound. + He blew out a stream of cigar smoke. + a jet stream
    See also - BLOODSTREAM
    3 ~ (of sth/sb) a continuous flow of people or vehicles: I've had a steady stream of visitors. + Cars filed past in an endless stream.
    4 ~ of sth a large number of things that happen one after the other: a constant stream of enquiries / complaints + The agency provided me with a steady stream of work. + Most of the letter consisted of a stream of abuse.
    5 (especially BrE) a group in which students of the same age and level of ability are placed in some schools: She was put into the fast stream.
    Idioms: be / come on stream to be in operation or available: The new computer system comes on stream next month.
    + verb
    1 ~ (from sth)
    ~ (with sth) (of liquid or gas) to move or pour out in a continuous flow; to produce a continuous flow of liquid or gas: [V] Tears streamed down his face. + a streaming cold (= with a lot of liquid coming from the nose) + Blood was streaming from her head. + Her head was streaming with blood. + Sunlight streamed through the windows. + [V, VN] Black smoke streamed from the exhaust. + The exhaust streamed black smoke.
    2 (of people or things) [V +adv./prep.] to move somewhere in large numbers, one after the other: People streamed across the bridge. + The refugees streamed north to the border.
    3 [V] to move freely, especially in the wind or water: Her scarf streamed behind her. + She was walking by the sea, her pale hair streaming.
    4 [VN] [usually passive] (especially BrE) (AmE usually track) (in schools) to put school students into groups according to their ability: Pupils are streamed for French and Maths.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 small river

    ADJ.

    little, small | shallow | clear | fast-flowing | bubbling
    We picknicked beside a bubbling stream.
    | mountain, underground

    VERB + STREAM

    cross

    STREAM + VERB

    flow, run
    The stream flows through a narrow valley.

    STREAM + NOUN

    bed

    PREP.

    across a/the ~, down a/the ~, in a/the ~
    There are small fish in the stream.
    | on a/the ~
    a leaf floating on the stream
    | up a/the ~

    PHRASES

    the side/edge of the stream

    2 continuous flow of a liquid/gas/light

    ADJ.

    thin | air, gas

    VERB + STREAM

    let in

    STREAM + VERB

    flow
    A stream of blood flowed from the wound.

    PREP.

    ~ of

    3 continuous flow of people/vehicles/things happening

    ADJ.

    constant, continuous, endless, never-ending, steady
    a constant stream of letters Cars filed past in an endless stream.

    VERB + STREAM

    let loose/out

    PREP.

    ~ of
    He let loose a stream of abuse.



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