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stream

noun [C] (SMALL RIVER)
小河
 
 
/striːm/
water that flows naturally along a fixed route formed by a channel cut into rock or ground, usually at ground level
小河,溪流
a mountain stream
山澗
underground streams
地下溪流
There's a lovely stream that flows through their garden.
有一條美麗的小溪流過他們的花園。
Watercourses and waterfalls
any current of water or liquid
水流;液流
the level of cholesterol in your blood stream
血液中的膽固醇標準
Movement of liquids
the direction in which water is moving
水流方向,流向
She stopped rowing and let the boat float with the stream.
她不再劃,任由小船順流漂蕩。
Watercourses and waterfalls
Translations of “stream”
in Korean 시내…
in Arabic جَدْوَل…
in French ruisseau, torrent, courant…
in Italian torrente, ruscello…
in Russian ручей…
in Turkish dere, çay…
in Polish strumień, potok, rzeczka…
in Spanish riachuelo, arroyo, corriente…
in Portuguese riacho, regato, ribeirão…
in German der Wasserlauf, der Strom, die Leistungsgruppe…
in Catalan rierol, riera…
in Japanese 小川…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小河, 小河,溪流, 水流…
(Definition of stream noun (SMALL RIVER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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