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Translation of "stream" - English-Spanish dictionary

stream

noun /striːm/
a small river or brook riachuelo, arroyo He managed to jump across the stream.
a flow of eg water, air etc corriente, flujo, chorro A stream of water was pouring down the gutter A stream of people was coming out of the cinema He got into the wrong stream of traffic and uttered a stream of curses.
the current of a river etc corriente He was swimming against the stream.
in schools, one of the classes into which children of the same age are divided according to ability. clase, grupo, nivel
streamer noun
a long narrow banner, or narrow paper ribbon serpentina The aeroplane dragged a streamer that read ’Come to the Festival’ The classroom was decorated with balloons and streamers.
streamlined adjective
(of a plane, car, ship etc) shaped so as to move faster and more efficiently aerodinámico the newest, most streamlined aircraft.
efficient and economical racionalizado streamlined business methods.
(Definition of stream from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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